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Vol 3. Summer/Autumn
ELDERS' Tom Last and Mark
Felmingham seek to provide
Wodonga's residents a "better level
of service" with the expansion of
their insurance franchise.
The group had previously serviced Wodonga
out of its Albury branch in Schubach Street.
Authorised sales representative Troy Peiper
will be based in the new office on Jack Hore
"I live in Wodonga. I'm looking forward to
putting a local face to our service," he said.
Mr Peiper and the team specialise in
business and farm insurance.
"We also cover a broad range under
the insurance banner including house and
l Tom Last and Mark Felmingham at the launch of the new Wodonga Elders branch.
contents, motor vehicle and home loans as
well," he said.
Franchise partner Mark Felmingham also lives
in Wodonga and feels the shop front will make
business dealings more convenient for both
their existing and prospective client base.
"We have a lot of clients who live over here, "
"Many often drop by the Albury office to say hello."
Wodonga mayor Mark Byatt officially opened
the office in August.
Existing clients and passersby were invited to
join the staff for a barbecue and to check out
the finished product.
The new branch is located next door to the
Wodonga Elders Real Estate.
"It was a coincidence," Mr Felmingham said.
"The opportunity came up and we jumped at it."
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