Walnut Creek, Calif., 01 September 2016 – Sullivan Brokers, a wholesale brokerage based out of Los Angeles, has donated $500.00 to Feeding America as part of Ascension Insurance, Inc.’s Bringing Hope To The Table food drive. Sullivan Brokers is a wholesale-only specialty insurance brokerage firm that provides comprehensive coverage solutions through expert brokering.
Ascension launched its Bringing Hope To The Table campaign as part of its corporate partnership with Feeding America to provide hunger relief throughout California and to celebrate the 70th anniversary one of its business units, Pan American Insurance Agency. The Sullivan Brokers’ philanthropic spirit doesn’t end with their donation: The team members also volunteer at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, a member of the Feeding America network of food banks, and have helped assemble over 25,000 pounds of food for those most in need.
Stephanie Reilly, Vice President/Producer at Ascension Insurance, Inc. and the driving force behind the collaboration, said, “Sullivan Brokers Wholesale Insurance Solutions, Inc. has always been a great partner when we need market expertise for our clients. They took their partnership commitment to a new level when they made a financial contribution to our Bringing Hope to the Table campaign. A big thank you to Sullivan Brokers!”
More information about the Bringing Hope to the Table campaign can be found at www.ascensionins.com/other/bringinghopetothetable.
More information about Sullivan Brokers Wholesale Insurance can be found at www.sbwis.com.
About Ascension Insurance, Inc.
Ascension Insurance, Inc. is a premier insurance agency that offers superior risk management and benefits consulting services. It is ranked within the top 50 largest agencies by revenue, with more than 400 employees and 30 locations nationwide. Ascension is a privately held corporation; together with its private equity partners, Parthenon Capital and Century Capital Management, the company expects to continue its strong growth trajectory through additional acquisitions and organic growth.