A Great Example of the Power of Service

Category: "Inspire" Stories, Integrity Culture, Integrity Serves

Date: April 8, 2020

On the “Inspire” podcast, guest Alan Town of Agent Service Connection talked extensively about the importance of supporting his community. In particular, he mentioned buying muffins from a bakery close to his office and having them delivered to a local hospital. Here’s brief video and photo, courtesy our friends at OfKors Bakery.

Ofkors Bakery

During this unique time, I hope each of us will continue to reach out and offer a helping hand to those around us who are in need. Our business is all about service, and there’s no better or more meaningful time to serve others than right now.

Thanks to Alan and his team for setting a great example — and to all of you for the good you do every day in your communities.

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