EPB&B is proud to be recognized by our employees as a great place to work.
EPBB team members Made Strides Against Breast Cancer
The ISU Group of Companies. Now partnered with EPB&B.
In 2016, EPB&B raised $20,000 for the Oregon Music Hall of Fame Scholarship Fund.
EPB&B has been advocating for our customers since 1950, and remains one of the largest locally-owned insurance agencies in the Pacific Northwest.
Our business model is based on integrity and world-class service. We help protect thousands of local residents and businesses.
We support many local charities.
Portland Homeless Family Solutions empowers homeless families with children to get back into housing - and stay there.
Tony DeMicoli was one of the most respected club owners and promoters in Portland during the 80's. He owned and operated the legendary Luis' LaBamba Club and later Key Largo for over a decade. Tony provided a stage for hundreds, if not thousands, of artists over his club ownership and promotion career. Recently, Tony has been battling and beating two forms of cancer and while the cancer is in remission, the medical bills are not. Saturday night's tribute was also a fundraiser to help with Tony's medical bills. Marc Baker seen here with Danny Schauffler (Crazy 8's) about to go up on stage.
Marc Baker, President of Elliott, Powell, Baden & Baker is proud to announce a new partnership with ISU Insurance Agency Network. “We are honored to have been invited to affiliate with the ISU Network. This partnership allows us to maintain our independent local presence while providing additional resources and markets to our current and future customers,” Baker remarked.
Steve Pearson, President of ISU Insurance Network added, “EPB&B is a leading agency in Oregon with innovative marketing strategies and a company culture that promotes world class service for their customers. Being a ‘Top Workplaces’ award winner year after year validates EPB&B’s mission to work hard, provide outstanding customer service and give back to the community”.
ISU Network is an invitation only membership organization with 180 midsized agencies controlling $2.6B of premium in 30 states. Member agencies maintain local ownership and their complete independence while leveraging the strength and resources of the premiere insurance network with offices from coast to coast.
Congratulations to 2017 Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) Scholarship winner Wesley Shin. Wesley is a senior at Lincoln High School with plans to study at Harvard University in the fall. He’s grateful that the OMHOF scholarship will help cover instrument maintenance and lesson costs. Wesley has always loved the Mozart clarinet concerto and it was a major factor in why he chose to play clarinet. Although he loves all music, he especially enjoys music by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Glier and the Beatles.
Congratulations to 2017 Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) Scholarship winner Savanah Campbell. Savanah knew herself well enough at age ten to recognize that playing French Horn suited her unique personality. Honored to receive the OMHOF scholarship, Savanah plans to continue her love of this instrument at the University of Oregon as a Music Performance major next fall. Influenced by Indy as well as Classical music, Savanah hopes to one day collaborate with alternative music artists as both a lyricist and composer.
Congratulations to 2017 Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) Scholarship winner Koby Haigerty. Growing up, Koby recalls being influenced most by his father who was an ongoing source of music for him. Because of this, he enjoys a broad range of musical genres from Classical to Musical Theatre to Progressive Metal. The OMHOF scholarship will assist with tuition this fall when Koby begins his degree studies in Music Theory and Composition at Whitman College.