The Laymon Group Origin Story
In 1989, a year when gas prices were ninety-seven cent per gallon, Tom Hanks starred in the movie, Big, and Michael Jordan scored his ten-thousandth point in the NBA, Perry Laymon also started a small business out of Wilmington, North Carolina aiming to offer comprehensive benefit packages at affordable prices to local businesses and municipalities. Congress had just released key insurance regulations through Section 125, and Perry recognized ways they could be utilized to benefit others, and so the Laymon Group was born.
Over the past twenty-eight years, the Laymon Group has found sustainability in its commitment to a high level of customer service and by offering the latest and most relevant products and services to its clients such as Flexible Spending Accounts, Healthcare Reimbursement Accounts, online client and employee portals, and a wide swath of other technological and personnel advancements.
In 2004, Perry’s son, Chad, joined the Laymon Group and since then has become well-versed in all facets of the industry. He is devoted to moving employee benefit management into the technological era and has embraced the Affordable Care Act and all its challenges, bringing a new level of compliance services to his clients as a resource for regulatory reform.
Automation lurks on the horizon and big innovation will follow, and the Laymon Group will be there to guide you through it every step of the way. And rest assured, that in any climate of change, the Laymon Group will remain steadfast in its dedication to offering its clients the most current and price-efficient services available while providing the level of personal service you’ve come to expect, for many years to come.