Broadening Michigan Footprint with Lansing Location

 

 

If you haven’t heard the buzz that was recently reported in the Lansing State Journal about Guy Hurley expanding its reach from metro Detroit to serve clients in the Lansing and Grand Rapids markets, here is the 411.
 

After more than 15 years of serving the metro Detroit region, we couldn’t be more eager to spread our wings and bridge the risk management knowledge and innovation gap in Lansing and the west side of the state. The Lansing location will allow us to build a stronger presence, not only in Ingham and surrounding central Michigan counties, but also in Grand Rapids—a region that has rapidly diversified its business base and is receiving top national rankings for economic growth. It’s a booming area and we want to be a part of it.
 

Guy Hurley stands on a solid client base in the region, partnering with successful companies such as Wieland, Hoffman Bros., and Kamminga & Roodvoets, Inc. Being in closer proximity, we can only better serve those existing clients while building long-lasting relationships with new ones.
 

I couldn’t be more thrilled and honored to lead the Lansing office after serving as an account executive with Guy Hurley for almost three years. The new location will provide the same level of service as the metro Detroit operation, advocating on behalf of our clients to meet their risk management needs in the contracting, manufacturing, technology and legal sectors.
 

If your business is in the surrounding areas of Grand Rapids or Lansing, or if you know of a business that could benefit from Guy Hurley’s unique surety and insurance services, I’d love to talk with you!

 

Shawn Farzam
517.285.8773
sfarzam@ghbh.com

 

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Posted by Shawn Farzam in Lansing

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