Pam Wimmer works in the Energy Department by day - helping to place coverage for all of our petroleum and energy clients. But that is not all she does. In her free time she volunteers for Portland Homeless Family Solutions (PHFS) in Portland's Goose Hollow Neighborhood. She has recruited people in our office to help with the dinners she serves each month for the shelter's guests. Read more about Pam's activities with PHFS in the January PHFS Newsletter . Way to go Pam. Thanks for all you do !!
We are beyond thrilled to have landed at number three on the Portland Business Journal's list of Top Insurance Agencies in Portland. We are the only "local" insurance agency in the top four. We don't need to be the biggest, we just want to be the best. Way to go team EPB&B !!
The Portland Timbers officially unveiled their new primary kit last night at the 2015 Kick-off party in Portland. Check out the sneak peak of 2015 player intro video.
EPBB President, Marc Baker and Personal Lines Account Manager, Alejandra Morelos were lucky enough to meet The Timbers latest acquisition from Brazil, Jeanderson and Defender, Liam Ridgewell. Of course, no Timbers event is complete without an appearance by Timber Joey
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Pam Wimmer from EPB&B helps serve dinner at the Goose Hollow Family Shelter of Portland Homeless Family Soloutions (PFHS), while Brennan and Dylan Baker helped to prepare and serve meals at the shelter during the holidays. The Goose Hollow Family Shelter is a night shelter for eight homeless families with children. Families are able to stay at the shelter for about 30-60 days where they receive sleeping space and the family stays together and is not seperated as in other shelters. Families also enjoy dinner and breakfast along with access to computers, telephones, showers and laundry facilities. Daytime support and meals are provided at the Thirteen Salmon Family Shelter. If you are a family looking for shelter, please call 211 and press option 1.