How Troy McQuagge Encourages The Team At His Companies To Help Out Others

At USHEALTH Group, Inc., and USHEALTH Advisors, the company motto is Helping Other People Everday, or HOPE. This is an initiative that was started by Chief Executive Officer Troy McQuagge in 2010, soon after these companies were founded. He says that he wants everyone at these companies to make a positive difference in the lives of others in their communities. Since that time a number of projects have been developed both at the headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas, as well as across America in their district sales offices.

One example of a HOPE project took place in Brevard County, Florida. The division leader there, Elizabeth Byrne, decided that the wanted to engage her staff of insurance agents in one of these projects. After performing quite a bit of research they decided to help out a local charitable organization called the Brevard County Homes for Warriors Project. This nonprofit, started by the Space Coast Paratroopers Association, provides free homes to veterans. The USHEALTH Advisors group in this county named themselves the “Byrne Team” and they all pitched in to level an uninhabitable home, perform cleanup, help rebuild a new home, and put in a lawn. After this was completed a local veteran and his family were given the home at no expense.

In both 2016 and 2017 Troy McQuagge US Health declared November to be a Month Of Hope at these two companies. He made an announcement about this at the Leaders Meeting they hold each year. This Leaders Meeting is attended by the top 500 insurance sales leaders at USHEALTH Advisors in the nation. He wanted them to spread the message to others in their district offices that everyone should do what they can to help out in their local communities. Read more on about Troy McQuagge US Health

The staff at the district offices have helped out numerous people during these Month of Hope projects. They have assisted in building new homes, for example. They have also bought food and clothing that has been provided to any child who needed them. They have also helped out local homeless veterans by finding places for them to stay as well as getting food to them. Check: