Community Involvement

Being a part of the Broken Arrow and Tulsa community is a very important part of Air Assurance's success.

Mike, Narissa, David, the managers, comfort consultants and many other team members have served in leadership roles in numerous civic, community, and charitable organizations on the local and state level. They have also contributed to local schools, school athletic programs, political events, area churches, feeding of the homeless and many other activities.

Charitable Organizations receiving help from Air Assurance:

Broken Arrow Rotary Club, Broken Arrow Civitans, Broken Arrow Elks Lodge, Broken Arrow Neighbors, Broken Arrow Senior Services, Broken Arrow Historical Society,  A New Leaf, New Heights, Salvation Army, Tour De Cure, Catholic Charities, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Life Senior Services, Trimble Strong Foundation, FCA, Hope Harbor, Myasthemia Gravis Foundation, Tulsa SPCA, Blue Star Mothers, Happy Hands, United Way, Tulsa Community Food Bank, John 3:16 Mission, and many more.

Air Assurance encourages employees to take part in their communities as well. Employees are provided with a wide variety of volunteer opportunities.

Community involvement sparked the appointments of Narissa Rampey as Honorary 2008 Mayor and Mike Rampey as Honorary Vice Mayor.