Hollie joined SBDP in 2014 as an Administrative Assistant. She is responsible for greeting and assisting clients, providing outstanding customer service, and processing accounts receivable. With a background in business and an upbeat personality, Hollie is always smiling and ready for a challenge. She is passionate about the Wounded Warrior Project and Western Dressage Association of Florida. When away from the office, Hollie enjoys spending time with her family, movie nights and anything horse related with her daughter Bailey and their horse Marshall.
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