We had the good fortune of connecting with Chasidy Murphy and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Chasidy, is your business focused on helping the community? If so, how?
One of the main reasons I wanted to own my own business was to be able to impact the community in the ways that are most beneficial to others. Owing a business has allowed me the opportunity to join the board of the Northwest Education Foundation and become the president of the Trophy Club Rotary Club. In working with NEF, I have been able to provide snack packs to kids from the high school needing food on weekends, provide over 200 pairs of shoes to kids in need and provide Christmas gifts to families in need. I didn’t do any of these things all on my own. I was able to reach out to our community, describe the need and offer my office as a donation center to coordinate the giving. While I often use my own revenue to support these causes, I’m much more impressed and appreciate of the support this community provides. This often starts with a simple social media post and request for support.’

Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
State Farm is a very recognized brand that brings legitimacy, stability, and security to the products I sell. The impact that it has allowed me to have on the community is what sets me apart from the many other agencies. My primary goal is to be financially successful enough to have a lasting and meaningful impact on this community and those around me.

Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
We would start our day with a bagel from Dan’s Bagel, then head over to Trophy Club park to walk it off. We could head over to Trophy Club town Center to sit outside and enjoy some live music (depending on the day). It would take a few days to hit all my favorite lunch and dinner spots, but that would include – Poki Bowl Trophy Club, Blue 22, Heimbakers, YesChf Creole, The Hot Potato, and Pastaza. I would end the evenings with drinks and conversation at 3 Vino Roanoke. On a Saturday morning, I’d stroll through the Roanoke Farmer’s Market. And at some point get in a round of golf at the Trophy Club Country Club.

The Shoutout series is all about recognizing that our success and where we are in life is at least somewhat thanks to the efforts, support, mentorship, love and encouragement of others. So is there someone that you want to dedicate your shoutout to?
My success in this business has been largely due to the support of my sister, Melody Nelson and a great community of fellow business owners. Dan Hilbert of Dan’s Bagels, Neelu Vohra, owner of Art Z, The Wilcher’s, owners of Popcorn Central, Blythe McPherson, owner of Eyes on Westlake, Aaron Meadows, owner of Meadows Garage Door, Tina and Mark, owners of 3 Vino Roanoke, and Brian Lehrmann, owner of Poki Bowl Trophy Club are just a few of the many

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