My Profile | Network In Action
  • Basic Information

  • Company
    Davis Agency LLC.
  • Phone
  • Mobile phone
  • Email
  • What is your "why"? Why do you do what you do?
    My "why" is to help people protect what matters most to them, vehicles, homes, businesses and lives.
  • About me
    As a Washington native, I have spent my whole life in the Puget Sound region minus a short stint in New Jersey for boot camp. I am a veteran of the United States Coast Guard, I was lucky enough to be stationed here in Seattle where i spent a year prior to developing a hearing loss and being medically released. From the military, I worked various jobs throughout the years eventually settling into the HVAC industry where I have spent the last 14 years prior to entering into the insurance industry.
  • Profession
    Insurance Agency Owner/Agent
  • Title
  • Hobbies and interest
    Wood working, target shooting, scotch and cigar pairings, hiking, trail biking, camping, evenings at the fire pit with friends.
  • Website
  • Contact Information

  • City / Town
    Federal Way
  • Describe your perfect referral
    My perfect referral is someone or an entity that understands the importance of having an agent and how that personal relationship can not only save money but by having a trusted advisor as life's circumstances evolve.
  • State
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  • Country
    United States
  • Special offers to the group
    Free No Obligation Policy Review
  • Google Business Review URL
  • Facebook Business Page URL
  • LinkedIn Profile
  • Education

  • College / University
    University Of Phoenix
  • Graduation Year
  • Qualifying Questions: What are three questions we can ask clients to help pave the way for a referral? List them here.
    Who's your agent?
    When was the last time you talked to them?
    How long has it been since you last shopped for insurance?
  • Describe How You Would Like To Be Introduced Via Email
    I take a very personal approach to my business, My tagline is "With us, you're family" so an introduction of "Friend" "Buddy" "Colleague" would be appropriate.