FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Ash Brokerage Corporation today announced that it is expanding its market presence with the opening of a sales and service office located in Houston, Texas. Ash Brokerage is one of the largest independently owned general agencies and financial service providers in the U.S.

Ash has relationships with over 60 major insurance companies and more than 25,000 agents nationwide. Ash will continue its aggressive growth plans to satisfy the rapidly expanding needs of its customers. This growth will require additional scale and presence throughout the country, the Houston operation will develop into a sales and processing center. Lynette Lalanne has joined Ash Brokerage as Managing Director to lead this initiative and manage the Houston office.

According to Tim Ash, President and CEO of Ash Brokerage, “We are committed to building the best sales and service model in the industry. Having Lynette lead this charge brings over 25 years of insurance experience to our team. Ash Brokerage will continue to offer a level of customer service and turn around times unmatched in the independent marketplace.”

Ash Brokerage continues to focus its growth efforts on developing partnerships with individual agents and institutions that are looking for value added services, sales ideas, and ways to grow their practice. This focus on providing business development and support services to the producer has enabled Ash to always put their customer’s needs first.

Ash Brokerage has been dedicated to top producers since 1971 with offices in Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Florida, Ohio, Texas, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Massachusetts, Tennessee, New York, Georgia, Alabama, Arizona, Washington, and New York.

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