This episode of Atlanta Business Radio is brought to you by Centurion Advisory Group.
Centurion Advisory Group is a comprehensive financial planning firm serving company owners, high net worth households, and plan sponsors. For more than 35 years, the founders of Centurion Advisory Group have been working with families and companies, serving as fiduciaries and stewards, and helping clients make wise choices regarding the cash flow and assets under their care. Centurion Advisory Group and the firm’s professionals see their role as a calling to guide, guard, and govern well. As a professional services firm, Centurion Advisory Group sells no products, with our only compensation coming from professional fees paid by clients.
For plan sponsors, the firm offers a suite of services built around plan design and administration, fiduciary care, investment array, selection, and cost, and participant education and preparedness. For high net worth households, the firm offers a suite of services built around cash flow analysis, advanced tax planning, risk analysis and mitigation, charitable giving strategies, estate planning and intergenerational wealth transfer, and investment management. For company owners, we offer additional services which include budget preparation, financial trend analysis, bookkeeping, and related CFO services.
Randy Brunson is the founding shareholder of Centurion Advisory Group. Mr. Brunson has invested most of his thirty-five-year career in financial services. He spent several years on the institutional side and had the opportunity to start a successful financial planning firm in 1991. Centurion Advisory Group serves individual and corporate clients, both in Georgia and throughout the country, offering personal and business financial planning, financial administration, and investment management services.
Randy studied engineering and marketing at UT Chattanooga. He has passed the examination for the Certified Financial Planner designation, as well as for the Accredited Investment Fiduciary designation. In addition, he has completed studies in qualified plan design, estate planning and business transition planning; he also speaks and writes regularly on these topics.
Randy and his wife Teresa have been married more than 40 years and have two children and six grandchildren. Randy enjoys books, music, numbers, and whitewater rafting. He and Teresa teach classes on basic finance, for both households and business owners, and they enjoy traveling and seeing the world together.
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Gail Moore is co-owner and manager of Custom Plastics and More established in 2004, a plastic fabricator located in Winston GA. Gail’s background includes administrative, management, and HR for manufacturing; banking; insurance industries. Gail’s involvement as a member and Chapter Director of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance; member and volunteer with the Douglas County Chamber; member, and VP of the local Cultural Arts Council Board speak to her commitment to community and devotion of helping others succeed. Gail is an active member of Women in Manufacturing.
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The Georgia Manufacturing Alliance (GMA) was founded in 2008 by Jason Moss who envisioned a network that would support Georgia’s manufacturing community. At that time, he was a regional sales representative for a software company providing 3D CAD software for manufacturing companies. As he researched groups for the industry, he discovered that most served a very small segment of the overall manufacturing space. Mr. Moss knew strategic alliances could be made if these industry leaders could work together to support the entire manufacturing community.
Originally founded under the name Networking MFG, his organization began with a core group of 15 manufacturers and service providers that saw a need to find local resources for their industry. They wanted to buy, sell and trade locally, but did not have the platform and resources to make the connections. As the organization grew and evolved, the name was changed to the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance to better describe the mission of having Georgia’s manufacturing community working together in harmony, in one alliance.