Sandpoint chamber welcomes Bache

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(Photo courtesy GREATER SANDPOINT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE) Greater Sandpoint Chamber members, Ambassadors and community residents welcome Terra Bache to the organization with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 15. Pictured, from left, are Clem Hackworthy, Vicky Jacobson, Marcus Mabrey, Traci Markley, Samantha Manley, Chris Simon, Terra Bache, Jennifer Chandler, Gabby Bache, Cory Donenfeld, Eric Donenfeld, Ricci Witte, and Connor Curry.

SANDPOINT The Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce recently welcome Terra Bache, State Farm agent to their membership with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Bache, who has been in the insurance industry for 10 years, started out in an agent office in Kalispell, Mont., in 2009 then took a corporate position with the company in 2012. For that past seven years, she has helped 35 State Farm agents in three states with their own agencies as a State Farm employee.

In October 2018, she decided that it was time to stop traveling and go back into an agency. Bache said she looks forward to working locally and serving all the communities in Bonner County.

Bache and her team are active members of the community with each member of the office given two hours per week to volunteer locally and choose to do so with the local school system. In addition, they are members of the Chamber of Commerce and 7B women.

A hands on approach is what sets this office apart, Bache said.

She meets with customers on a yearly basis so they can meet their households growing needs. In addition, the team likes the personal relationship that this kind of agency process fosters, Bache said.

An open house is planned in October. Like and follow their Facebook page for the time and date. It will be held at their office at 509 N Fifth Ave, Suite C in Sandpoint; customers and community members welcome.

Information: Terra Bache, Facebook @terrabachestatefarm and terrabache.com

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