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Allstate recognizes local entrepreneur for top performance

Allstate Insurance Company has recognized Allstate exclusive agency owner Carolyn Lankford with the Chairman’s Inner Circle Conference award for high standards in customer satisfaction, customer retention and profitable business growth.

The Carolyn Lankford Agency is one of only two percent of insurance agencies and personal financial representatives for Allstate nationally to reach this level of achievement, based on sales for auto, property, commercial, power sports insurance and financial services in the country.

With her team, Lankford is dedicated to helping customers meet their protection and retirement needs while managing a successful small business.

“It’s a tremendous honor to earn Chairman’s Inner Circle recognition,” said Lankford. “My agency’s commitment is to serve customers and my community.”

The Carolyn Lankford Agency is located in Madison, and can be reached at (256) 890-0070 or via email at Clankford@allstate.com.

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