INF Attends Westmoreland County Bench Bar

INtegrity First Corporation attended the Westmoreland County Bar Association Bench Bar at Nemacolin June 8 – June 10, 2016.


Don and Mark attended the Golf Event on June 8 and shot a great round!


Everyone attended the Vendor Fair on June 9th.  It was great to see all of our clients from Westmoreland County and the event was excellent!  It was nice to celebrate our 10th anniversary with the Westmoreland County Bar Association.


Wow, 10 years!

It doesn’t seem possible that it was 10 years ago that we opened our doors as a start up agency with no clients, no carriers and yes no revenues.  Talk about a scary proposition.  My friends and collegues looked at me with skeptical smiles and that “really, are you sure look?”  I learned from Day 1 (about 3600 days ago) that it wasn’t going to be easy, romanticized or an instant success.  It was going to be hard work, long days that turn into long nights, stressful and at times crazy.  Crazier, I would do it all over again.

We have had many successes and some disappointments too but we are not finished building the INtegrity First dynasty!  We have many more long days and long nights ahead to get to where I/we want to be as an agency! To take a lyric from a favorite singer we want to be king of the hill, top of the heap A#1!

It has been a wild ride, I have said many times, “it is the most excited I have been and at the same time the most scared I have ever been.”  Kind of like raising children.  I have two so I know!  Something else I know; We would not be here for 10 years without the support of our clients.  I truly appreciate the loyalty, support and the encouragement that our clients have provided through the years.  Our clients have many choices when it comes to choosing a broker and the fact that they choose us and remain with us is very humbling.  My thanks go to each  of our clients past and present.  I look forward to serving them for another 10+ years.

Thanks again,


Holiday balloons on blue sky background.

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