That Business Show Recap 03-24-2015 Featuring Ken Jones, Joseph Papich and Billie Bowman

Today on That Business Show, I welcomed three insurance representatives from the insurance firm of Wallace, Welch & Willingham.  Founded in 1925, Wallace, Welch & Willingham has a rich history of providing quality service in all areas of insurance.  They have insurance products to fit the needs of all people whether it is traditional insurance products such as life or health insurance to marine and auto insurance and more.

Ken Jones who is their Business Development Coordinator, spoke of the company’s rich history and how they are a one-stop shop for any and all insurance needs.  Ken has worked his entire professional career in the field of sales and has been in the commercial insurance space since 2008 and joined Wallace, Welch & Willingham in 2013 to grow the company’s product lines in all areas of insurance.  Reach out to Ken Jones at 727-522-7777 X 149 to see how he can help you or your business’s insurance need and he is also available via email at kjones@w3ins.com.

Joseph Papich was on the show to discuss the Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare and gave out some great tips and information that employers need to know to stay in compliance with this new law.  JP has been with Wallace, Welch & Willingham since 2007 and is available to assist you with all your health insurance needs and more!  Contact him at 727-522-7777 X 233 or email at jpapich@w3ins.com.

Billie Bowman was also with us in studio and has been with Wallace, Welch & Willingham since 1989.  She spoke of and gave great tips and advice on the areas of flood, property and auto insurance.  She specializes in designing personal insurance plans for high net worth clients and is a long time St. Petersburg resident who can help you with all your insurance needs as well.  Reach out to Billie Bowman at 800-783-5085 X 142 or email at bbowman@w3ins.com.

And be sure to visit their website at http://www.w3ins.com for more information!

Ken Jones Joseph Papich Billie Bowman