Author, Lauren Stumpf, Media Communications Assistant, Rancho Mesa Insurance Services, Inc.
On Saturday, September 7, 2019 Vocational Visions, an Orange County nonprofit helping create opportunities for adults with disabilities, hosted the Enchanted Evening Gala at the Hyatt Regency in Newport Beach, CA.
Rancho Mesa’s Sam Brown, Shane Medlin, and Colin Cadman enjoyed the fun-filled event as it offered delicious food, a Vocational Visions participant dance routine, and one of the most impressive silent auction collections ever seen.
During the event, Joan McKinney, Executive Director at Vocational Visions, honored Rancho Mesa Insurance Services, Inc. as Vendor of the Year.
"Sam Brown always goes the extra mile," said Joan McKinney, Executive Director at Vocational Visions. "He helped us get no cost GPS devices and monitoring software, from our carrier, for our fleet of vehicles. He secured us a worker’s compensation quote that was significantly less than all other quotes we received. He did this by reviewing all our safety policies and staff training with the underwriter. Sam and Rancho Mesa are so responsive to our need to preserve resources for our non-profit organization, so that we can direct those resources to our programs and those who benefit from our services."
Rancho Mesa is a commercial property & casualty and benefits insurance agency with expertise in human services, construction, and landscape. Rancho Mesa has received the IIABA National Best Practices Agency designation for 13 consecutive years.
"I’m so pleased to provide a real-world solution for Vocational Visions," remarks Sam Brown, Vice President of the Human Services Group at Rancho Mesa. "Their leadership’s commitment to client safety is so strong. The workers’ comp savings is a product of Vocational Visions hard work."
Thank you Sam Brown for always providing OneofOne® service to Rancho Mesa clients. Rancho Mesa is honored to receive the Vendor of the Year award!
About Vocational Visions
Vocational Visions is a non-profit agency located in Mission Viejo, CA which provides vocational and life skills training and support services to adults with intellectual/developmental and other disabilities. They create pathways to employment, life-long learning, and social inclusion for nearly 600 participants annually. To learn more, visit www.VocationalVisions.org.