Happy Holidays from Acuity
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Posted by Sarah B. on December 22, 2015 in Retail Focus

‘Tis the season for holiday decorations! We received many great photos of decorations from our readers this holiday season and decided to share a few of our favorites.

 

Kristin B., Acuity Employee, sent us this photo of the fantastic lights display at Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

Dale B. from Community Insurance & Associates in Iola, Wisconsin, submitted this photo of the “Acuity Angel Christmas Carolers.” The group, which included carolers Al B., Wanda D., Julie O. and spouse Darrell, and Sarah S. and spouse Mark, helped liven up their office holiday party.

 

Robert S. from DSP Insurance Services in Schaumburg, Illinois, shared a photo of their office Christmas tree, which looks spectacular.

 

Brooke C., Marketing Executive at Alpine Insurance in Reno, Nevada, used Acuity promotional items to decorate her desk for the holidays. Good luck in your office’s desk decorating contest, Brooke!


Thank you to everyone who submitted photos and helped make our spirits bright. We hope you have a joyous holiday season!

Sarah B. is our Retail guru
Sarah B. came to Acuity this year with a background in retail. She studied Interior Architecture in college and completed an online business education program through Harvard Business School. She also has a wide range of commercial insurance experience and has earned her Associate in General Insurance (AINS), Associate in Insurance Services (AIS), and Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designations. This made her the perfect addition to the Acuity Mercantile team. If she could travel anywhere in the world, she would return to Italy. She spent three weeks there during college studying architecture and design and has wanted to go back ever since.


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