Hauglie named to Presidents Council for local leadership

Farmers Insurance® agent Kevin Hauglie has been named to the national insurer’s Presidents Council, the Los Angeles-based insurance company announced.

“Kevin has clearly demonstrated that he is among the best agents in the country and we sincerely appreciate all that he does for our customers and our organization,” said Roy Smith, president of personal lines for Farmers Insurance.

Membership in Presidents Council is the company’s most elite honor for the top 1 percent of agents and district managers.

Members of Presidents Council are leaders in their communities, mentors to other agents and district managers, and exemplary business owners. They were selected on the basis of a number of criteria, including providing best in class service, business performance and commitment to furthering the goals and ideals of the Farmers organization.

“It truly is an honor to be named to Presidents Council,” said Hauglie. “I look forward to sharing my experience and knowledge with the Farmers leadership and working with my fellow agents across the country to provide the organization with our insights.”

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