Scott W. Boyer

Homegrown, Scott Boyer

Scott W. Boyer |  810 Main Street, Zanesville, 740-452-3878 |  225 Chestnut Street, Coshocton, 740-622-2131

Tell us about where you live: Dresden is small village where the people know each other and take care of each other.

What values do the people in your community share? Being a small town, most people feel like family. The connections to family, friends, schools, churches and neighbors makes everyone work together for the betterment of the community.

How important is community involvement to your agency? Community involvement is very important. We participate in several fundraisers for local nonprofits in the community. If you are not involved in the community then why should they want to do business with us? I see community involvement as the key to our success in the communities we work in.

What does “customer focused” mean to you? Customer focused is what insurance is all about. We are always trying to build that trust and bond between the agency and the customer. They have to understand we are here for them. I have always said the insurance is only as good as when you need it. You can buy insurance through a lot of different means but are they there when you need them?

What is the most rewarding part about what you do? I feel the most rewarding part of what we do, is when we are there following a loss. Loss could be a home, car or life of a loved one. We are there to help put the pieces back together, helping them through the tough times. Again as I mentioned earlier, your insurance is only as good as your claims process. It is during this claims process that I feel we as a Nationwide Agency stand above our competition.

What is your favorite Ohio food? Dresden melons and strawberries from Windy Hill Farm.

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