Holt Proctor McBriarty Insurance Agency Rebrands as HPM Insurance

After an extensive review, Holt Proctor McBriarty Insurance Agency of Milford has announced a name change and newly refreshed brand.

After an extensive strategic review, Holt Proctor McBriarty Insurance Agency of 633 Elm Street in Milford has announced a newly refreshed brand, HPM Insurance. 

The new name change reflects the growing and evolving role the agency has in identifying the risks and financial exposures of its clients throughout New Hampshire, while still respecting the tradition of the three agencies that originally united to form Holt Proctor McBriarty Insurance Agency.

“Our new name makes it easier to do business with us because it allows us to be more recognizable throughout the state,” said Lyle Fulkerson, President and CEO of HPM Insurance. 

“We are very excited about our role in helping families and businesses understand the value of working with a local business that can provide access to the best national and regional insurance companies,” Fulkerson continued.  “It really is the best of both worlds: Small enough to know our clients, while large enough to offer a wide variety of products and companies.”

The new logo was specifically designed to visualize the connection of all three agencies into one.

HPM Insurance has had roots within the Southern New Hampshire community since 1860.  Their dedicated team provides the expert advice and guidance required to navigate the ever-changing world of insurance in relation to personal, commercial, life and health insurance matters.

For more information about HPM Insurance please visit HPMinsurance.com or call Lyle Fulkerson at 603-673-1201.  You may also email him at lyle@hpminsurance.com.

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