Please join KMRD Partners in an effort to save lives! We are hosting a 2 day weekend event on Saturday, September 26th and Sunday, September 27th, 2015 at Delaware Valley University. Our goal is to pack over 336,000 meals to be distributed to hungry children all over the world. Anyone from 8 to […]
This story of charitable work begins with a holiday card. Ever since risk and insurance solutions agency KMRD Partners was started ten years ago, we would send holiday cards signed by every member of the agency’s three offices in Pennsylvania to friends every holiday season. Two years ago, we decided we wanted to get closer to […]
At our website www.oneminutefromnormal.com we ask visitors the question: What if an unscheduled event suddenly seizes control of your business? Are you ready? Kevin McPoyle, President and co-founder of KMRD Partners, recently discussed the benefits of partnership in PropertyCasualty360. Kevin observes how in the absence of a productive partnership, very little work gets done. He […]
Kevin McPoyle, co-founder of KMRD Partners, Inc. made it his mission to organize an effort to pack meals for hungry children across the globe. Kevin’s letter to the editor described the event the best… “Saturday and Sunday, over 1,000 volunteers from Willow Grove to Perkasie and from 8 to 80 years of age […]
Inculcated with team thinking and strong work ethic, veterans seem like a natural fit for the insurance industry. Unfortunately, the industry doesn’t agree. SEE THE ARTICLE BY LAURA MAZZUCA TOOPS, PROPERTYCASUALTY360.COM
WARRINGTON, Pa. (July 24, 2012) – Disabled Veterans Insurance Careers( DVIC), dedicated to helping disabled U.S. veterans by providing new opportunities for training and employment in the insurance industry, announces the appointment of Kevin McPoyle, a founding partner and president of KMRD Partners Inc., as a regional director. “Kevin is a tireless and inspirational […]
According to Insurance Journal, “This year, many employees are grateful their bosses have managed their agencies well through the recession and dealt with them and their fellow employees fairly and openly in these tough economic times. A few agencies have actually managed to continue to grow and this achievement has not gone unnoticed by employees. […]
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