Allstate agent extends ‘helping hands’ to the Midwood community

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Prestige honor

Hip, hip, hooray to Beverly Joseph, owner and agent extraordinaire of the Beverly Joseph Agency. Her establishment was recently designated an Allstate Premier Agency for 2017.

The honor, which is bestowed upon 26 percent of Allstate’s nearly 10,000 agency owners across the country, was presented to Beverly, for her excellence in delivering an accessible, knowledgeable and personal customer experience while achieving outstanding business results, and her outstanding dedication to her community.

“Beverly is the consummate trusted advisor and this distinguished achievement demonstrates her commitment to helping customers better understand the risks they may face and protect what matters most in their lives,” said Don Rubbo, New York Regional Sales Leader. “We are extremely proud to recognize Beverly’s achievements and the fact that so many customers trust her agency to help them with their insurance needs.”

Beverly was previously awarded the Agency Helping Hands in the Community Award for her commitment to helping others in October of last year. That award earned the Flatbush YMCA of Greater New York, where Beverly volunteers her time, a $1,000 grant from The Allstate Foundation.

According to her website, Beverly says, “I know many local families. My knowledge and understanding of the people in this community helps me provide customers with an outstanding level of service.”

So come visit Beverly, where you truly are in Good Hands.

Along with the above two accomplishments, Beverly can now add the prestigious “O” to her mantle.

Beverly Joseph Agency [2805 Glenwood Rd. at Kenilworth Place in Midwood; (718) 859–5111.

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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