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Sullivan State Farm Agencies celebrate 15 years of service

By Staff | Jul 15, 2022

The Sullivan State Farm Agencies team. PHOTO PROVIDED

As State Farm celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, Cape Coral State Farm agents Mike and Dawn Sullivan are celebrating Sullivan State Farm Agencies 15 years of service in Southwest Florida.

“Mike and I truly enjoy helping our family, friends and neighbors manage the challenges and the risks of daily life through our work, but we also love giving back to the community and making it a better place to live,” said Dawn Sullivan.

To support continued growth and commemorate 15 years of serving the community, the Sullivans recently purchased the building at 2728 Santa Barbara Blvd. in Cape Coral. Offering more space and its own entrance and parking lot, visits to the agencies are now more convenient, making a world of difference in accommodating staff and clients.

Established in 2007, the Sullivan State Farm Agencies are the offices of a husband-and-wife team. Originally operating as wholly separate entities, during the recession the two decided to operate from a shared office with a shared team. Their professional relationship soon blossomed into a personal one that led to marriage.

What makes the Sullivan agencies stand out is their commitment to helping everyone who walks through their doors. Whether it’s helping people achieve their goals or offering support during challenging times, the Sullivans are always there to lend a helping hand. The Sullivan State Farm Agencies are not only dedicated to the individuals they serve, but also to their team members who help them make a difference in Southwest Florida.

Having branded their business as “the education agency,” the Sullivans pay particular attention to removing obstructions young people face along their path to higher education and career success. The agencies sponsor 20-25 classrooms each year, organizing a drive for school supplies and lifting an annual burden from teachers and underprivileged families. They also sponsor local Pop Warner football, youth baseball and the Cape Junior Cudas, a swim team. The couple also partners with Cape Christian for Cape Leads, a program that brings current and future leaders together for learning and collaboration. They back the Southwest Florida Wine and Food Fest, which benefits Southwest Florida Children’s Charities; the Lee County PACE Center for Girls; and Valerie’s House, which provides grief support for children and families.

The Sullivan State Farm Agencies support several local organizations focusing on behavioral and mental health, including the Lee Health Foundation, Hope Clubhouse, SalusCare and the Alzheimer’s Founda-tion.

The Sullivans have also taken a keen interest in eliminating hunger, sponsoring the Community Cooperative soup kitchen in a variety of ways, while also giving to the Cape Christian Mission for Hunger Fund.

The Sullivans also established Sully’s House, a self-funded foundation focused on at-risk individuals and families in need of assistance with home down payments, vehicles, scholarships, medical, debt assistance and many others.

For more information about Michael Sullivan, visit mikesullivan1.com. For more information about Dawn Sullivan, visit dawnsullivan.net.

To contact the office, call 239-541-3276.

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