Avon-Dixon Moves to Talbot Commerce Park

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Easton-based Avon-Dixon Insurance Agency has recently relocated to new office space in the Talbot Commerce Park.

The agency has moved 49 employees from their Harrison Street and Information Lane offices to a 10,500-square foot space at 28640 Marys Court. The agency’s trucking division, Elliott Wilson Insurance has also moved into the new space. The modern and professional new office will provide easier access and ample space, allowing the agency to continue to support the insurance needs of families and businesses throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

In addition to the new office, Avon-Dixon and Elliott Wilson Insurance have also updated their logo and brand colors to reflect their connection to Freestate and Son Insurance and Jack Martin & Associates Boat & Yacht Insurance, as well as their connection to their parent company, Shore Bancshares, Inc. and their affiliates, Shore United Bank, and Wye Financial & Trust. The common symbol and brand colors across the community of companies demonstrates their united commitment to help propel clients forward to achieve their financial goals through the breadth of services they offer in banking, insurance and investments.

Established in 1850, the Avon-Dixon Insurance Agency is the largest independent agency on the Mid-Shore. Their independent agents have developed strong relationships with multiple insurance carriers allowing their agents to compare coverage and pricing to find the best insurance policies at the best rate. Avon-Dixon is a member of the Shore Bancshares community of companies, the largest independent financial services company on the Delmarva Peninsula to offer banking, insurance and investment services to families and businesses in the Mid-Atlantic Region. The community of companies also includes Freestate and Son, Elliott Wilson Trucking Insurance, Jack Martin & Associates Boat & Yacht Insurance, Shore United Bank and Wye Financial & Trust. Together, their team of experienced professionals is dedicated to helping clients navigate toward their financial goals.

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