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Matthew Clements

Matthew Clements

Commercial Insurance Advisor

mclements@robinsins.com
615-665-3257

Matthew joined the Robins team in March 2019. His passion for protecting the assets and livelihood of small business owners has led him to specialize in protecting Nashville’s hospitality industry, as well as auto repair and main street businesses. He is also a proud founder of the Nashville Whiskey Society, a social society committed to the education and appreciation of American whiskey.

A Florida native, Matthew attended Florida Southern College where he received his undergraduate degree in Psychology and then his MBA. After moving to Nashville, he joined the Gordon Food Service team as a Customer Development Specialist, where he discovered his passion for taking care of Nashville’s restaurants. Matthew’s desire to understand the ins and outs of running a small business and provide even greater service led him to commercial insurance. He truly loves working with each client to build a customized risk management plan. Matthew values himself as more than just an insurance agent, but as a strategic partner and member of his clients’ teams. He is always available and promises to be there to celebrate every win and support you through every loss.

When he’s not at the office or visiting clients, you will probably find Matthew fly fishing, bird hunting, grilling on his Traeger, or traveling. He serves on the Junior Board of Folds of Honor Middle Tennessee and he and his wife, Erin, are members of Brentwood United Methodist Church.

 

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