Greylock Insurance Agency Producer Earns National Designation

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Andrew Alcaro, a Greylock Insurance Agency commercial lines producer in the agency's Williamstown office, has earned a Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist designation from the Hartford School of Insurance.

"Andrew's accomplishments speak volumes to his character," Jay Marion, vice president, Commercial Lines Sales and Services, said. "We are proud to have a local team with so much knowledge and commitment to serve our business partners in North County."

The National Underwriter Company established the designation to highlight agents who demonstrate extensive knowledge in the areas of property and casualty insurance and have applied that knowledge in real-life case study exercises. The Hartford School of Insurance is authorized by the NUC to confer the designation.

Alcaro joined Greylock in March 2018 and resides in North Adams.

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