(DUBLIN, OH) – Firefly Agency, LLC of Dublin, OH has earned the Community Service Award from insurance carrier MutualAid eXchange (“MAX”). The MAX Community Service Award recognizes Firefly Agency’s significant contributions to their community through their time, actions, and dedication.
Rod Mayhill heads the agency. Earlier this year, Rod and his team participated in the MAX Agent Community Grant Program, where they chose the Austin’s Alliance of Athletes program to be a recipient. The Austin’s Alliance of Athletes program helps youth strengthen and create stronger bonds among the youth, their coaches and community. A $2,000 grant was given to help support the young lives touched through this program.
“At Firefly Agency we try to fulfill the same values of fairness, faith and social responsibility that MAX believes in, whether it’s at work or volunteering in the community,” Mayhill said.
Firefly Agency is an independent insurance agency representing MAX Insurance® in not only Dublin, but throughout the states of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. MAX Insurance®, based in Overland Park, KS, is a unique fair, faithful and socially responsible insurance enterprise. Founded on religious principles, the company’s mission is to restore wholeness to communities and individuals in need. It lives out its mission through a variety of quality, fairly-priced insurance products, outstanding personalized customer service and its unique Mutual Aid Ministries program.
“MAX is a company built on faith, strong values and service to others. That’s the kind of independent agents we look for and we’re proud to recognize Firefly Agency for being among the best of these,” said David Wine, President and Chief Executive Officer of MAX.
Firefly Agency is located at 655 Metro Place S, Suite 330, Dublin, OH 43017. Phone: 614-761-2825. Website www.fireflyagency.com.
MAX Insurance® is headquartered at 4400 College Boulevard, Suite 250, Overland Park, KS 66211. Phone: 877-971-6300. To learn more about MAX, visit www.maxinsurance.com.
Photo: Rod Mayhill, Liz Ann Mayhill and Hans Griffioen