Atlanta Country Club "Giving Back" Talk
Bruce has been with Insurance Office of America for 20 years. He's a Senior Vice President and currently serves as their Branch Representative in Tampa, FL.
His professional credentials include a degree in Risk Management & Insurance from Florida State University and a Chartered Property & Casualty underwriter (CPCU) designation from The Institutes, which is held by less than 1% of commercial insurance brokers.
For the last 35 years, he has become a trusted advocate and strategic problem solver for clients in the Federal Contracting, Construction, Technology and Non-Profit arenas with a specific focus on Defense Base Act, Workers Compensation, General Liability and Professional Liability.
He also hosts the fast growing video blog Giving Back Tampa Bay where he shares stories of giving back and making a difference, one life at a time.
His unique approach to business and giving is changing lives. He believes that by serving others, we also do good for ourselves.
I'm Bruce Johnson and Tampa, FL has always been my home.
My wife Beth and I have been very blessed and are inspired to leave behind a legacy of giving back and helping others.
We also enjoy traveling around the community and meeting others who are giving back and also those who may need some help.
We started a video blog Giving Back Tampa Bay to help spread the word, support some great organizations and to help local people in need. We also hope this will encourage others to give back wherever and however their heart may lead them. Whether your giving comes in the form of time, talent or treasure, anyone can make an impact.
Tampa has been good to us over the last 30 years, so we've been using our business as a conduit for giving back. We also work closely with like-minded clients and friends to support causes that we all care about, especially helping the homeless and those less fortunate.
When we're not serving others, we also enjoy traveling, biking, hiking, weight lifting, martial arts, boating and exploring new places.
our Video Blog
"Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me."