Clang Financial Joins BB Chamber, State Reps in Town for Ribbon Cutting

Clang Financial Joins BB Chamber, State Reps in Town for Ribbon Cutting
Stefanie and James Clang (center) cut the ribbon and celebrated with state representatives as they joined the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce on June 13.

BROKEN BOW–Family, friends, and state representatives joined the Clang family in congratulating them for not only joining the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce, but for also expanding their financial services to a larger location.

Clang Financial has been in business for nearly 15 years and James and Stefanie have continued to grow the business and their family while in Broken Bow.

“Broken Bow has been treating us well,” James Clang said.

James and Stefanie Clang and office manager Etta Wilder welcomed a large crowd on Thursday afternoon as they enjoyed lunch and a ribbon cutting.

Senator Matt Williams, Lieutenant Governor Mike Foley, Jerad Reimers representing Congressman Adrian Smith, Josh Jelden representing Senator Deb Fischer, and Mrs. Nebraska Adair Moffet-Reese all attended the ribbon cutting at the new location of Clang Financial at 940 South D. Street.

The couple said they began business in their home, rented a space, and are now excited to expand in their downtown location in the former office of Attorney Mike Borders, whom Stefanie said is a great neighbor in his new office next door.

“The whole community support of this has been awesome. and I don’t really think it matters where we are but for some reason this fit and it all worked out,” Stefanie Clang said.

Services offered by Clang Financial include life insurance, long-term care, estate and retirement planning, health and medicare supplements, mutual funds, and annuities.

Senator Williams said he is always proud to represent the district and Lieutenant Governor Mike Foley said these services are an asset to the local community.

“James and Stefanie have a history of working in Lincoln but they’ve discovered the good life out here in Broken Bow. We hear so much in the media about how all the commercial transactions are done online now–we don’t need storefront facilities. But that’s just not true when you get into this complex world of insurance and financial planning and strategizing and so forth. People really want to sit across the desk from a real person and ask them some hard questions and get some straight answers from honest business people,” Lt. Gov. Foley said.

James and Stefanie were joined by their daughter Charlie, son Guydon, and daughter Abi with her husband Kamron and their seven-month-old daughter Hazel during Thursday’s open house.

Clang Financial can be reached by calling 308-872-6810. Congratulations to the Clang family of Clang Financial!

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