SALISBURY, Md. – Avery Hall Insurance Group – headquartered in Salisbury, with offices in Easton, Seaford, and Bridgeville – is celebrating its 90th year of serving individuals, families, and businesses of all sizes throughout Delmarva and the mid-Atlantic.
The late Mr. Avery W. Hall founded the insurance brokerage firm in 1925. Over the years, the agency has grown to almost 70 staff, four locations, offers multiple product lines that cover personal and commercial insurance as well as benefit solutions, and has won many industry and community awards. They are known as the “go to” agency for individuals and businesses seeking traditional and mainstream insurance in addition to the harder to source policies like coastal properties.
Avery Hall’s President Joe Gast remarks, “This is an exciting year for Avery Hall. It’s an honor to lead an organization that has had its roots set-in on Delmarva for 90 years. Our traditions remain strong but over the years our success has been partly attributed to being able to change with the times and meet the needs of the various generations over the years.”
To ensure the agency is able to meet the needs of the ever-changing demographics they serve, they are honoring their 90th anniversary with a new brand. The rebranding allows for an updated look with a new logo and other new marketing visuals and at the same time update its messaging and ensure cohesiveness within the company’s multiple offices.
“We are thrilled to bring all of our offices together under one logo and tagline so that it still makes sense to all of our clients, regardless of what kind of insurance they use us for,” says Cindy Whaley, president of Avery Hall Benefit Solutions, Inc. “Our new logo and tagline, ‘Insurance Solutions for Today’s World’ tells people we serve all needs, no matter if you’re a multi-million dollar business or a young professional or a retiree on a fixed income,” remarks CFO Jill Long.
In addition to serving those individuals, families, and businesses with insurance needs, Avery Hall has a strong reputation of supporting and contributing to many and diverse non-profits based in communities they serve, such as the United Way of Lower Eastern Shore, March of Dimes – Eastern Shore, Habitat for Humanity Choptank, Building Dreams for Youth Foundation, American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, Jaycees, Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore, YMCA of the Chesapeake, Festival of Trees, and Christmas Shopping Tour.