Serve America Movement Endorses Guy Furay

  Today, SAM, the Serve America Movement, announced its support and endorsement for Guy Furay, the American Party of South Carolina’s nominee for the state’s fourth congressional district. “Guy Furay embodies SAM’s principles and priorities,” SAM CEO Sarah Lenti said. “He knows that the most important part of running for public office is service to…

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Opinion: Our government does work, but not like it should

by Guy Furay For the past two years, I have been involved in a personal experiment of sorts to see what is actually is happening in government at the state and federal level. Part of this was prompted by what I do for a career — I own an independent insurance agency specializing in health…

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In the News: Greer’s Furay honored with insurance industry award

This article was originally written by and published in Greer Today.  Guy Furay, owner of The Insurance Source in Greer, has been honored by the National Associations of Insurance and Financial Advisors with a 2017 Quality Award. The NAIFA Quality Award provides advisors at any career stage the opportunity to demonstrate a commitment to excellence.…

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In the News: Furay goes to Washington

This article was originally written by and published in The Upstate Clutch. “Why are you going to Washington DC and what do you hope to accomplish?”  “I’m going to try and effectuate change and save my industry.” “How?”  “I want to lobby those in positions of power in Washington D.C. to try and fix our…

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In the News: What’s Next for the ACA?

This article was originally written by Matthew Clark and published in the GSA Business Journal.   A recent poll by The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation found that 49% of Americans want the Affordable Care Act to be repealed and 28% of that number want details of a replacement plan before that repeal. As the…

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In the News: Guy Keeps His Focus on People

This article was originally written by Bob Castello and published in The Greenville News. Guy Furay doesn’t wonder whether God has a sense of humor. “It was about 1994,” said Furay,” and my dad said, ‘Guy, what do you want to do with your life?’ I didn’t want any part of that question. I said,…

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