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Vector Marketing opens office in Bremerton BUSINESS BRIEFS

Vector Marketing opened a new sales office in Bremerton operated by Vector District Manager Jake Schmitt.

The Kitsap County office is located at 2817 Wheaton Way, Suite 210. Sales representatives market Vector’s product, CUTCO Cutlery, through in-home presentations and use the sales office as “home base.”

As an independent contractor, Vector district managers individually own their Vector sales office. Being a Vector district manager allows Schmitt to be an entrepreneur while having guidance and support from corporate headquarters. All managers begin as sales representatives.

After first working as a sales representative, Schmitt worked his way up through the company, holding several managerial positions before receiving his most recent promotion. He is a graduate of Oregon State University.

For more information about Vector Marketing, visit its Web site at www.vectormarketing.com or call (877) 888-0314.

Farmers Insurance office opens

John MacLaren and Rex Hsieh recently opened a Farmers Insurance office in Bremerton. They offer life, homeowner, renter, auto and business insurance. MacLaren and Hsieh’s office is a Farmers INS Group, which means they write for Farmers, Foremost, Mid Century, Bristol West and Zurich. MacLaren said being able to write for several insurance companies allows him and Hsieh to “tailor an individual’s protection needs to their unique circumstances.”

MacLaren and Hsieh’s Farmers Insurance office is located at 1224 Park Ave. and can be reached at (360) 627-8169.

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