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10 Questions with Sam Luther
- What does the American Dream mean to you?
Being able to have the freedom regardless of class or race to achieve their own idea of success and upward movement.
- What does the Ansay Way mean to you?
Providing the best customer service in order to make insurance as understandable and pain free as possible to people that may not understand anything about insurance besides knowing they need to have it.
- In your personal experience, how does Ansay differentiate in the marketplace?
With only being in insurance for about a year I am still seeing new things all the time. but the sheer amount of recourses that we have to offer far exceeds anything I've seen from other competitors.
- Why were you drawn to work at Ansay & Associates?
A company that understands the value of their employees and how important they are to the success of the company.
- Give us a view of the company – what is it like working at Ansay?
Ansay makes you feel valued and offers all the recourses needed to be successful in the insurance field.
- Describe your approach to working with your clients.
Getting down to a personal level and understanding the clients needs. They know they need insurance but why do they need insurance from Ansay? We offer the best customer service and have the recourses to help you with any of your needs. Weather that be insurance or getting a program implemented in order for their business to be more successful and safer for their employees. In turn bringing premiums down and creating a happy and more satisfied customer.
- Do you have any area of specific focus in terms of industry or market?
Still trying to figure that out.
- What gets you out of bed in the morning?
$$$$. Along with making money having the motivation to grow as a professional and provide the best possible life and success for my family.
- Do you have a favorite inspirational quote?
“Man must rise above the Earth—to the top of the atmosphere and beyond—for only thus will he fully understand the world in which he lives.” – Socrates