DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. -- Nicole Johns and her Johns Family Agency marks its first anniversary since establishing her insurance business in Dobbs Ferry.
Johns, a native of Pennsylvania who lives in Ardsley, opened the Johns Family Agency in 2013 in an era when families are pressed on all sides to insure the present and future.
The agency’s purpose is to become an important part of the local community and we are looking forward to being here for many years to come," Johns said. "In addition to providing excellent insurance products, we strive to offer a level of service that reassures our clients that we are here to help with any questions or concerns they may have."
Johns, who is married to Greenburgh native Timothy Johns and has two children in the Ardsley schools, works to help her client/neighbors understand their insurance needs. The agency focuses on auto, home and business insurance.
"The agency was started because I gave a passion for helping people (an understand the needs of families)," Johns said. "We've been successful over the last year in helping neighbors get the best insurance coverage at the best price."
Johns, who graduated from Marymount College of Fordham University, and her husband, were in the field of health and fitness, coaching athletes of all ages and abilities to help them to grow and achieve their goals.
"I bring some of my coaching skills to the sometimes complicated field of insurance," she said. "It helps me to (guide and inform) while working with clients to address their needs and concerns.
For more on The Johns Family Agency Inc. 'Smarter Insurance Solutions', visit the office at 377 Ashford Avenue in Dobbs Ferry, call 914-269-2334 or log on to the Johns Family Agency business website.
- 1 Rye High School Grad, 20, Found Dead In College Dorm Room, Reports Say
- 2 Red Flag Warning Issued For Westchester
- 3 Hartsdale Woman, 46, Dies In Fall From George Washington Bridge
- 4 Greenburgh's Ashford Avenue Set To Close On Wednesday, Thursday
- 5 Heavy Rain, Possible Thunderstorms Will Be Moving Into Rivertowns