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On Feb. 4, Maurice T. Evans was honored as the February Business of the Month by Payson & Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce. Evans has been a member of the chamber for several years and sat on the chamber board for three years, having been just recently released from that position. He continues to be a standing member and said that he has enjoyed working with the great people of Payson.

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His business is LegalShield, a company that has a long 44-year record. Evans has been an Independent Associate with LegalShield for eight years, helping people to protect their families and businesses by providing access to quality law firms where they have total access for any legal concerns they have at a affordable monthly rate. Evans has plans for individuals, families, small business and commercial drivers. Also, with the rise of identity theft, Evans also has a plan to help monitor clients’ ID and restore it back to original status if needed. This is covered by Kroll International, the same people that do background checks for many of the big companies out there. Each member has a private investigator to help them in such cases.

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Beside Evans’s work providing peace of mind for individuals and their families and businesses, he is also a veteran with service in the Air Force for 25 years as a Russian Linguist and Analyst.

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Evans is honored to receive this recognition and would like to meet with anyone who would like more information on protecting themselves, their loved ones and their business. He can be reached at 801-850-7781 to set up an appointment or answer a question.

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