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Clarksburg Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting for New Allstate Office

July 21, 2017

The Clarksburg Chamber of Commerce supported Allstate Insurance: Venice Mundle-Harvey and celebrated a grand opening by conducting a “Ribbon Cutting” Ceremony on Wednesday, July 26. The new office is located in Clarksburg at 23211 Stringtown Road.

   Executive Agent/Owner Venice Mundle-Harvey has been a financial services professional for over 30 years. This is the insurance office her agency is opening. She opened her first in Gaithersburg when she started working with Allstate in 2005.

   With two locations in Montgomery County, Venice Mundle-Harvey Insurance Associates is an exclusive, full-service Allstate agency. They pride themselves in partnering with their customers and fulfilling their hopes and dreams by protecting them, their family, their possessions, as well as offering pathways for their clients to achieve their financial goals.

   “I realized there Clarksburg was underserved by insurance agents and saw opportunity to expand my business in a growing community,” said Mundle-Harvey. “I figured the time was right for me to open this office. I love being in a small community and look forward to growing with the community.”

   The Clarksburg Chamber of Commerce is a local organization of businesses seeking to further collective business interests, while advancing the community. The member-led civic and economic advancement organization is governed by an elected board of directors. Monthly meetings and after-hours social events provide business-to-business networking, visibility, and resources for Clarksburg business leaders.

 

Caption: Executive Agent/Owner Venice Mundle-Harvey along with Clarksburg Chamber of Commerce Events Committee Chair Jasmine Siemon cut the ribbon on the new Allstate Insurance office on Stringtown Road in Clarksburg.

 

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