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Lion’s Pride InsurancebrAgency recently opened in Spanish Fork at 851 North 100 East.

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Owner Tyler Moore andbrhis agents are experts at helping families protect their pride. Lion’s Pridebrbelieves in an altruistic approach to financially protecting your family. Thatbrmeans they are committed to putting their clients’ needs first, finding them thebrbest coverage and the best price.

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The entrepreneurialbrspirit is strong in Tyler’s family. His grandfather, Dick Moore, owned MoorebrSheet Metal for more than 40 years before it closed in 2013. His parents,brRobert and Lorene Moore, then started Nebo Comfort Heating and Air. His wife,brAshlynn, and his mom are partners in Nebo Media and own the South Utah CountybrVillager Magazine Franchise.

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Having grown up in abrfamily business and now as a small business owner himself, Tyler understandsbrthe difficulties of finding the right plan to meet the varied needs of owners,bremployees, and their families.

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Specializing in Individual, Family and Group InsurancebrPackages, the Lion’s Pride team offers free consultations to help every familybrand business. Their goal is to find the health insurance options each personbrneeds to feel secure and protected in the confusing health insurance jungle. (Submittedbrto Serve Daily by Lorene Moore.)

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