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State Farm agent Cindy Blaylock, of Louisiana, has received word that her office has qualified for the elite designation of Chairman’s Circle 2012.
The Chairman’s Circle, which began in 2001, has been designed to recognize agents who align their agencies with the long-term direction of the enterprise and provide a high level of customer service. The Chairman’s Circle distinguishes agency leaders who reflect quality, multiple-line production, and retention of existing households.
Blaylock is one of a little over 700 agents out of the 18,000-plus across the U.S. that has qualified for the designation. As a Chairmans Circle qualifier, Blaylock has received an invitation to meet in New Orleans with company executives in May.
During the meetings there, she will have an opportunity to hear from high level company representatives, attend educational seminars and learn more about the industry itself.
“I think our accomplishment not only attests to the dedication of the team I have in my office but also to our clients and the faith they have in State Farm Insurance!” commented Blaylock in reaction to the news.
Blaylock was appointed State Farm agent in Louisiana May 1, 2009 after having served 20 years as a salesperson in the same office with her father, John Sitton as agent. Lynndsey Harrison, Mike Kingsley and Kelsey Ringhausen serve customers as licensed staff members in the office. Dane Shade and Gregg Blaylock assist as service representatives.
She also is managing the Vandalia State Farm office on a temporary assignment and has Ashley Graham and A.J. Hopke serving that clientele.
Harrison, Shade and their guests will join Cindy in New Orleans for a long weekend to celebrate the accomplishment.
“My staff knows, that I know, we serve our customers as a team, so when the company recognizes me, I am going to pass along the reward to them,” said Blaylock.