Risk Management Advisor Specializing in the Restaurant, Bar, and Cannabis Industries
Born and raised in Colorado, Scott grew up working for his father, an Insurance Agent of 25 years. He served our Country for 6 years as an Airborn Army Veteran. Shortly after the Army, Scott got his insurance license and began to build his own book of business where he found his specialty in Restaurant, Bar, and Cannabis Coverage.
With his vast knowledge of the insurance process, Scott understands the exposures a business owner must face and will identify opportunities to help secure their financial well-being.
Scott has plenty of hobbies to fill his off time, including keeping in touch with his three children, all of which went to college on swimming scholarships and are in the early stages of their professional careers. Scott is a die-hard Denver Broncos fan and season ticket holder. Scott is a 2nd degree Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He has practiced martial arts for 18 years. He also enjoys practicing many dance styles including Country Swing, Two-Step, Waltz, Polka, Salsa, Bachata, and the Merengue.
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