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GEICO's Tucson Office Celebrates 15 Extraordinary Years

Business Wire Wednesday, 14 February 2018
GEICO's Tucson Office Celebrates 15 Extraordinary YearsTUCSON, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--GEICO this week celebrated its 15th anniversary in Tucson with its local associates and several special guests. Martha Furnas, regional vice president, welcomed Tucson Ward 5 City Council Member Richard Fimbres, representatives of state and federal officials and members of Tucson’s business and civic communities. Also on hand for the celebration were GEICO Chairman and CEO Tony Nicely, GEICO president and COO Bill Roberts, and GEICO senior vice president Don Lyon
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