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ST. PETERSBURG, FL, December 22, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Gulf Coast Insurance announces Michael Schaedel's promotion to Senior Vice President of the company. With over 10 years of experience in the insurance industry, he brings a wide background to the company. He has helped to develop and execute strategies in financial advisement for families just starting out to those saving for retirement. He is ready to bring a fresh perspective to the company, expanding the reach and helping to provide personalized insurance policies to clients.
Schaedel consistently performs within the top 10% in the region. He was recognized as a top producer and performer multiple times, including his recent achievement of Employee of the month in August of 2018. He was also awarded the President's Circle Award in 2016 for scoring in the top 2% nationwide.
He enjoys working with families from all over the state, providing them with all their insurance needs. He creates lasting long-term relationships with his clients to help them with all of their insurance needs during their lifetime. As a broker, he is able to provide multiple quotes for every policy, ensuring his clients get a personalized policy at the right price point.
He attended Florida State University and graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Economics. He has worked as a broker and a financial consultant for The EMAC Group and Fidelity before landing at Gulf Coast Insurance.
About Gulf Coast Insurance
Gulf Coast Insurance started in 2005. The company moved to St. Petersburg in 2015 to serve more families in the area. Founders Darren Green and Justin Kelly established the business to offer high quality insurance to families at a price they can afford. They work to provide customers with a personalized insurance policy at the right budget.
For more information or to receive an insurance quote in 24 hours, please contact:
Ms4fsu32@gmail.com | linkedin.com/in/michaelschaedel
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