With the ability to conjure a sandwich, the girl from 4E, and a hot tub just by singing their jingle, State Farm has garnered a reputation for delivering on seemingly impossible promises.
So it should come as little surprise that when Gary Hubbard, the State Farm Division Manager of Claims in the Pacific Northwest Regional Office, recently retired, he was honored with a JustinBoundz themed cake, compliments of the talented Jeanie James.
Congratulations, Gary! Hope your retirement is filled with golf and good times!
A huge debt of gratitude to Terry Kennedy and the other excellent editors at storySouth for publishing my essay, “My Father’s Ashes.” And an even greater debt to you, dear reader, for taking the time to read it.
Perhaps no greater national discourse has been had since the Lincoln-Douglas Debates in ’58, than determining whether or not the diameter of golf holes should be increased in an effort to add to the enjoyability of the game for recreational golfers. You may remember Walter GC considering the pros and cons before landing on the side of keeping it as it is. Now, Hawaiian-based golf blogger, Victor Bond has taken a different stance, advocating for a Goldilocks approach–a larger golf hole that’s not too big or too small, but just right. So what can they agree on? That JustinBoundz is the best way to illustrate their point! You can re-familiarize yourself with Walter GC’s argument by clicking HERE, and read Bond’s by clicking HERE.