Archive: January 2018

January 22, 2018
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Gilbert, Chandler and North Mesa Branches Collaborate on Old School Project

Three of our Southeast Valley branches have combined forces with the Starbright Foundation, a Gilbert-based nonprofit that works to combat human trafficking and abuse, in order to help educate local students on how to stay safe from trafficking. Their work with the Starbright Foundation is …

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January 12, 2018
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AZBusiness Angels: Get Going on Giving

Did you happen to see Pioneer Title Agency in the latest AZ Business Angels magazine? Our very own Tom Davis was interviewed on how to cultivate a corporate giving program, such as our Old School program. Coming up with ideas isn’t always easy, so Tom, …

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January 11, 2018
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Pioneer Title Agency’s Cari Sparks Speaks Out Against Human Trafficking

Our very own Cari Sparks had an incredible interview with PBS about the The Starbright Foundation, an organization for which she is the speaker and social media director. Please click here to see it. A sad fact we must fight against: Arizona has one of …

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January 5, 2018
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Kingman Daily Miner Spotlights Kingman Branch’s Old School Program

Recently, the Kingman Daily Miner took notice of the hard work Pioneer’s Kingman branch has made as part of our on-going “Old School” community outreach project. We share a little of the story below, but be sure to click here to read the entire thing …

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January 1, 2018
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Pioneer Title Agency on Giving Back

Pioneer Title Agency – along with Washington Federal Bank, Quarles & Brady Law Firm and Wilde Wealth Management Group – recently had the opportunity to share with AZ Big Media its thoughts on developing an engaging, impact community giving program. AN EXCERPT “Make the actual …

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January 1, 2018
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Pioneer’s Phoenix Peak Branch Tees Up for Old School Program with First-Ever Golf Tournament

Our Phoenix Peak branch hosted an Old School Golf Tournament (18 hole, four-man scramble) on December 2, a first-time endeavor meant to raise funds for local schools as part of the company’s Old School program. The inspiration came from Mark Monty, who has worked for …

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