(Binghamton, NY • June 12, 2018)
Binghamton Mayor Richard David today honored Security Mutual Life by proclaiming this week “Security Mutual Week” in Binghamton and raising Security Mutual’s corporate flag to fly alongside the city’s flag over Binghamton City Hall.
The proclamation recognized Security Mutual for its ongoing commitment to the community, a commitment that is now in full bloom—literally! Thanks to a joint effort between the City of Binghamton and Security Mutual, large baskets of vibrant red geraniums are adorning the lampposts throughout downtown, adding a splash of summertime color for the enjoyment of residents and visitors alike.
“There are not a lot of companies, organizations, individuals that have the long list of historical accomplishments and contributions that this company has,” said Mayor David. “I take this opportunity to present . . . this Proclamation for Security Mutual Week 2018 in the City of Binghamton. This is a continued token of our friendship and our partnership between the City of Binghamton and Security Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, in continued recognition for all that you do to make the community grow and expand, and best wishes for continued success.”
And it’s not just flowers that are in bloom. Security Mutual Life Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Pete B. Pheffer went on to describe a special business conference the Company is hosting during Security Mutual Week. “This is also an exciting week for us here at Security Mutual because we are welcoming over 100 of our top field associates to the city to participate in our Advanced Marketing Seminar,” said Pheffer. “In that seminar, we’ll provide special training in our tools, our products and our systems, all in an effort to benefit clients and help them navigate through life’s uncertainties.”
While they are in Binghamton, the agents will also have an opportunity to meet with many of the Company’s more than 300 employees and visit the Company’s headquarters: the landmark Security Mutual Building, completed in 1905. “We believe that the opportunity to visit our Binghamton headquarters provides our agents with a much better understanding of the Company’s 131-year history of financial strength and stability, as well as the Company’s emphasis on being a good corporate citizen,” said Pheffer.
Binghamton Mayor Richard David (l) presents Security Mutual Life Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Pete B. Pheffer with the City’s proclamation of Security Mutual Week in the City of Binghamton.
Binghamton Mayor Richard David (l) and Security Mutual Life Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Pete B. Pheffer raise Security Mutual’s corporate flag over Binghamton City Hall.