“You’re in good hands with Allstate”. A slogan you can probably hear echo in your head as readily as “America runs on Dunkin”, or “Got milk?”. We can all recall one of their witty commercials, touting the more comical side of the need for insurance coverage for the myriad of things in our lives. And while entertainment definitely makes Allstate stick in our minds, it’s a very real and serious set of services that they provide.
Matthew Flesch knows how meaningful Allstate’s products are first hand. As a veteran of the financial advisory industry, Matthews’s seen it all and helped many people through some of the most important financial choices of their lives.
Since 1998, Flesch has been working in financial services with a career spanning several of the big hitters in the industry, from First Union, Wachovia, to Wells Fargo, and now Allstate. Matthew has accumulated experience and knowledge in diverse roles across these leading financial companies which he now offers to individual clients in his Waxhaw and Wesley Chapel offices.
Working as a PFR, Personal Financial Representative, Flesch finds pride in helping people protect what matters most in their lives. According to him, it’s the ability to help individuals and families cover “their homes, cars, income, and retirement” that makes him love his job. Providing piece of mind to his neighbors is a really rewarding profession for Flesh. So much so, that he ranks in the top 1% in the nation in Allstate agency owners; a title he earned with dedication to his clients that reflects his small town, local service mentality.
Flesch not only holds two offices in the Tri W community, he also lives and gives in the community as well.
Matthew’s free time is often spent helping to improve the Waxhaw, Weddington and Wesley Chapel areas. He is an active volunteer at Union County Humane Society, Wesley Chapel’s Dogwood Park, Weddington’s Optimist Park, and various other school and local teams at Parkwood, Cuthbertson, and Weddington schools.
He is the father to a four-year-old son, who will be attending the newly opening charter school, Thales School, in Waxhaw starting this fall. Flesch looks forward to watching his son follow in his footsteps and take an active role in being a service-minded community member as he grows.
Flesh holds degrees from several universities, including SUNY, New Paltz, University of Rochester, and UNCC.
If you would like meet with Matthew to discuss your financial needs and security, he can be reached at 704-246-4156, in his Wesley Chapel location at 5943 Weddington Monroe Rd, Wesley Chapel, or in his Waxhaw office at 703 W South Main St, Ste A, Waxhaw.