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Mark Mazza Joins Global Insurance And Consulting Firm

Posted on March 20, 2013

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J. — HUB International, an insurance brokerage and consulting firm, recently added Mark Mazza as an account executive in its transportation department. Mazza is the brother of the late Tom Mazza, the revered limousine industry educator, consultant, writer and operator who died last August of complications from ALS.

Mark Mazza first gained experience as a limousine operator running a limousine company with his brother in their hometown of Philadelphia.

“I had the opportunity to work with Tom over the last two years of his life for his company, Tom Mazza Consulting,” Mark said in a statement. He also started working with Tom on several limousine company sales and became more involved in Tom’s Limousine Success Groups when Tom lost his ability to speak.  

“I got to know many of his clients as they would call several times a week checking on Tom’s condition,” Mark said. “I got to see up close why Tom enjoyed his career so much when I got to know many of his industry friends. They are a special group of people.”

Mark said he is looking to provide the same level of service that Tom strived so hard to deliver to his clients and be involved in the industry that gave so much to Tom and his family.

Mark Mazza can be reached at [email protected] and (908) 790-6891

Source: Hub International/Mark Mazza

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