McKINNEY — The Andrew Harpole Allstate Agency recently established itself in McKinney. In the short time since its inception, the Agency has quickly become the fastest growing new Allstate Agency in Texas.
This achievement is not by happenstance. Harpole attributes this success to execution of their core beliefs.
“I have always believed that our highest purpose in life is to serve others and leave the world better than we found it," Harpole said.
Everyone at the Andrew Harpole Allstate Agency believes that they can help others in whatever way life manifests an opportunity, and Harpole gives the team the freedom to pursue those opportunities.
So that may be helping Brittany finding a men's organization from a local church to make repairs on a widow's roof, helping the McKinney Sunrise Rotary Foundation raise money for the All Abilities Playground at Bonnie Wenk Park, or, of course, a lot of the time it looks like helping people with their insurance.
The Agency proudly supports DFW Bulldog rescue, The Nancy Lieberman Charities and two organizations devoted to ending domestic abuse – the Allstate Foundation's Purple Purse and Dress for Success Dallas.
When it comes to business, “we try to make the process simple, clear and understandable," Harpole says. "We handle all the details so you don't have to.”
McKinney is a phenomenal setting to engage the community and grow a business and it has been a natural fit for the team. The Agency is located at 321 N. Central Expy., Ste. 351, in the Prosperity Bank Building.
The Allstate Corporation was founded in 1931 and is the second largest personal lines insurer in the United States and the largest that is publicly held. Since 1952, Allstate has invested more than $400 million in funding across the country to address social issues through the Allstate Foundation. The Allstate Foundation supports organizations dedicated to addressing three issues: Domestic Violence, Youth Empowerment and Teen Safe Driving. For more information, visit allstate.com.