February 10, 2020 (Columbia, S.C.) – Tommy Suggs, President and CEO of HUB Carolinas, has been honored by the South Carolina Broadcasters Association with an Honorary Life Membership Award. The award was presented to Suggs during the SCBA Awards of Distinction ceremony.
The Honorary Life Membership Award recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the broadcast industry on a statewide and national level. Suggs has served as the color analyst for the University of South Carolina’s Gamecock Radio Network for 47 years. He is also tied as the second longest NCAA Division 1 football broadcaster. With this award, he joins a list of distinguished leaders and broadcast professionals who have set the bar for excellence in South Carolina broadcasting.
Suggs is President and CEO of HUB Carolinas, a region of HUB International, the fifth largest insurance brokerage in the world. Residing in Columbia, S.C., his responsibilities include managing HUB’s 10 offices throughout North Carolina and South Carolina.
The SCBA Honorary Life Membership Award is added to a list of honors Suggs has earned throughout his professional career. Notably, Suggs has received an Honorary Doctorate degree from The University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business. He is also a member of the USC Athletic Hall of Fame and the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame. Suggs was honored by friends and family with the establishment of The Tommy Suggs Endowed Quarterback Scholarship in 2012.
About HUB International
HUB is the fifth largest insurance, benefits, and risk services broker in the world, headquartered in Chicago, IL. Offering a broad menu of property and casualty insurance, employee benefits and personal lines, as well as investment and risk management products and services, HUB also brings unmatched global capabilities to international clients.
HUB Carolinas is a region composed of North and South Carolina, and headquartered in Columbia. Offices are located in Bluffton, Charleston, Columbia, Columbia, Hilton Head Island and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; and Burlington, Charlotte, Greensboro and Raleigh, North Carolina.
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