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All Nevada Franchisee Profile: Paul Maxwell

Meet ANI Franchisee Paul Maxwell

ANI Franchisee Paul Maxwell
ANI Franchisee Paul Maxwell

All Nevada Insurance is proud of those we’ve partnered with as franchise owners. We work closely with all of our partners to ensure our business provides the best service to our customers. We also want to make sure we only partner with people whose commitment to customer service meets our high standards.

To show those interested in becoming a franchise owner at All Nevada Insurance the quality of your peers, should you join us, we’re sharing some stories from our franchisees, in their own words.

In this installment, you’ll hear from, Paul Maxwell has been a franchisee with ANI since 2014.

I started out at a captive insurance company before deciding that more business could be written with an insurance broker. When I met the owners of ANI I knew that it was the right fit for me.

I love that I didn’t have to worry about getting appointed with carriers on my own since the system already had access to over “100” carriers.

I know that being a business owner takes a lot of work in the beginning and that I wasn’t stepping into a five-day eight-hour work week but into a business that would eventually build me a residual income.

My success in the business is my belief that taking one client to lunch/breakfast per week builds lasting relationships and constant referrals. Today my agency has producers and staff that support the growth of my ANI goals.

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