White & Associates News
February 1, 2016
The Dyersburg Personal Lines Department raised $310 for the Dyer County Humane Society through our Customer Referral Program. Thank you to our clients for your 31 referrals! Our pets are so special to us and we are grateful that we can donate to "future pets" at the Humane Society. Our animals hope that this money will help in buying their furry friends lots of food and blankets! ...Well that's what we think they told us anyways :)!
January 1, 2016
Five years ago I was a pretty carefree guy. My wife, Whitney, and I had been married for about 6 years and really feeling like we had this marriage thing down. I had been growing in my insurance career and finally starting to feel like I had a pretty good handle on things at the office. My biggest stress on Saturday would be if the Vols were going to pull out a win. Sundays were for relaxing. I honestly can’t even remember now what I used to do when I got home from work to an empty house.
Then the greatest thing happened.
December 25, 2015
Our annual party was TACKY CHRISTMAS! Everyone came in their favorite tacky holiday garb and celebrated another year at W&A. Many recognitions were made and it was a great time to honor the amazing people who make up White & Associates! Our “Tackiest” winners were Tommy Allmon (Personal Lines), Jeremiah Hollingsworth (Ag Services) and Christi Pittman (Personal Lines).
July 1, 2015
For the last couple months, W&A has taken steps to incentivize healthy living. Of course, this is a delicate topic and I was initially a little hesitant to tackle the subject of employee health. The motivation for the program is about several things. You have the obvious reasons for wanting a healthier company: increased employee productivity, employee longevity and cost saving being that we all share the same group health plan. But the bigger more important reasons to pursue a program like this is the possibility for the early detection of life-threatening diseases, faster recovery time from illnesses and simply longer life. Morally, I knew pursing this program was the right thing to do.