American National Insurance will officially open an office in Leitchfield on Monday, March 3, courtesy of Grayson County resident Tim Bocock.
“I’m tremendously excited to have the opportunity to serve the people of Grayson County,” Bocock said. “It’s a life-long dream to run my own business.”
Bocock, a 1995 graduate of Western Kentucky University, has lived in Grayson County his entire life with the exception of three years spent in California with the United States Army reserve and National Guard.
Bullock said his time spent away from home assured him that “Grayson County is the place for me.”
Bocock’s career in insurance began when he worked for a competitor, during which time he fell in love with the business.
Now with American National - centrally located in Galveston, Texas and founded in 1905 by William L. Moody - Bocock once more has the opportunity to provide insurance coverage to the residents of his community.
Bocock said American National is a full-service, multi-line agency that provides personal coverage, including life, auto, home, and boat insurance, as well as commercial, farm, and business insurance coverage.
“We’re extremely competitive,” he said.
American National provides financial services and investment opportunities, as well, Bocock said.
American National’s claim to fame is its cash-back program, which rewards customers with 25% of their combined auto and home insurance premiums back, if they remain claim-free for a three-year period, Bocock said.
Currently, Bocock’s staff is rounded out by Breckinridge County resident Melissa Grant, who will be the Leitchfield American National Office Manager, but as he builds up his clientele, he hopes to add more agents to his staff.
For more information about American National, or to schedule a consultation with Bocock, call his office phone number, 270-200-2525, or cell phone number 270-589-2586.
The Leitchfield American National office is located at 111 West Main Street, and office hours will be Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Bocock said clients may also schedule a consultation outside of his office hours at a time and place most convenient for them.
“I’m going to work my butt off and treat people right,” he said. “Then whatever happens is in God’s hands.”