Pioneer Title Agency In the News

February 11, 2016

Pioneer Title Agency Affects Change Across Northeastern Arizona Through 2015 Community Giving Efforts

In honor of its milestone 30th anniversary in 2015, Pioneer Title set a lofty goal as part of its celebration – to raise at least $30,000 for the Arizona National Scenic Trail (also celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2015) while lacing up their shoes and actually hiking, biking, walking and running the more than 800 miles of the historic trail as a collective team.

So did they succeed?

The answer is MORE THAN yes!

In fact, not only did the team recently complete the trail, but they raised an eye popping $45,000 for the Arizona Trail Association, well above their goal.

But that’s not all.

In addition to the work that the entire team – including Pioneer’s offices across Apache and Navajo Counties in Heber, Pinetop, Show Low, Winslow, Springerville and St. John’s – did to make the anniversary “Take a Hike” initiative a success, our local branches also rolled up their sleeves with fundraising projects on their own and by making investments and donations throughout each of their communities. In total, Pioneer Title Agency volunteered several hundred hours and donated more than $220,000 to causes across Arizona!

A sampling of some of the amazing groups we were able to support in Northeastern Arizona, and information on how you might want to get involved:

  • Navajo County Sheriff’s Posse: Since 1959, the Navajo County Sheriff’s Posse has made an annual trip from Holbrook to Scottsdale to deliver mail via the Pony Express. This 200 mile journey is commissioned by the United States Postal Service to transport mail. Their journey ends as the culmination of the Parada del Sol Parade. The posse is a non-profit, volunteer organization. For more information, visit
  • Show Low Chamber of Commerce: The Show Low Chamber of Commerce is located in the city of Show Low situated on the Mogollon Rim in east central Arizona. The Show Low Chamber is home to 350 member businesses in the Show Low area. Visitors and local residences share this local business resource which is easy to use and fully informative. For more information, visit