You questioned whether that was even possible. We responded by finding Dayna Dayson and Rebecca Hanson.
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Have you noticed the trend of people saying they’re “humbled” when good things happen?
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Last week we got a little bigger, a little better, and a little smarter.
Recently, we received a super-official letter of congratulations from the Secretary of State. No, not John Kerry. Every bit as good, though: Michele Reagan, Secretary of State for Arizona.
Ashton Tiffany takes an innovative, youthful approach to the discipline of risk management. Now we’ve taken a fresh approach to telling the story of our firm. You’ll see it reflected in our new logo, tag line and, most dramatically, in our new web site. Spend a few minutes learning more about our Southwestern-flavored mission, culture, and offerings. Included are examples of the ways we’ve opened new frontiers in service, safety, and savings for our beloved clients.
We work hard to be successful. Still, we’d be nothing without the help, support, and generosity of others in this community.
In one of the historic event’s most dramatic finishes, Stephen Nobles won both the distance and accuracy titles in the Sixth Annual AT Paper Airplane Contest.
Every year, it seems, Meryl Streep gets nominated for an Oscar, and Ashton Tiffany gets named one of Phoenix’s “Best Places to Work” by the Business Journal. We’ve made the list for seven consecutive years now. We’re mighty proud of that.
We didn’t get into this business to win awards. Still, it’s pretty cool to be recognized as one of the country’s top pool managers. The Association of Governmental Risk Pools — known to risk management aficionados worldwide as AGRiP — has recognized the Arizona School Risk Retention Trust with its inaugural Excellence in Performance Award.