Inspire Financial Group named True Blue DFW Business

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Brothers Korbin, COO (left) and Tyson King, founder and CEO of Inspire Financial Group share their story with KRLD news anchor Scott Sams as part of the True Blue Business Recognition Series airing in November. Photo:

Press Release (Dallas, TX)          Oct. 20, 2011 – Inspire Financial Group, a member of U.S. Retirement Partners, Inc. and a financial services company located in Richardson, Texas, was recently invited to participate in the True Blue Business Recognition Series, a program that publicly recognizes exceptional companies and business owners in the Dallas-Fort Worth area that are “doing business right.” 

Scott Sams, morning show host at KRLD NewsRadio 1080 and former news anchor at CBS 11 and WFAA-TV Channel 8, interviewed both Tyson King, founder and CEO of Inspire Financial Group, and his brother Korbin King, COO, to gain insight into the people, practices and core beliefs that make Inspire Financial Group a True Blue Business. A portion of the interview will air on KRLD in November. The full conversation and video will be featured at, DFW’s online community news source that highlights good news and events from area neighborhoods, churches, schools, businesses, clubs and organizations.

In addition, Inspire Financial Group will be profiled in print in the True Blue Business special supplement to The Wall Street Journal and at

Companies identified as True Blue Businesses deliver quality goods and services while demonstrating a strong commitment to their customers, employees, and the community. They act with honesty and integrity, are “true blue” and loyal to the people they serve, and often go the extra mile. In short, they are the companies that Dallas-Fort Worth can count on.

True Blue Businesses are approved based on information obtained through comprehensive interviews and research. The evaluation process involves input from principles, officers, management, employees, and customers to determine a company’s ability to consistently demonstrate the following: 

    • honesty and integrity in day-to-day dealings with customers, in the management of employees, in interactions with the community; 
    • responsiveness in resolving customer complaints, handling employee matters, and adapting to changing market conditions; 
    • and goodwill toward customers, employees, and the community.

In a letter to Inspire Financial Group’s employees, Korbin explained that the company was invited to apply for the True Blue recognition program after being recognized in the 2011 Five Star Wealth Manager program published in Texas Monthly in August 2011.

From left, Tana Barker, Tyson King, Clifford Nichols, Charles King, Chris Conrad and Bruce Brennan. Photo provided by Inspire Financial Group.

“Tyson and I responded to a very lengthy written questionnaire covering topics on how IFG handles customer relations, employee relations, and community relations,” he wrote. He added that the company’s officers, managers, agents and clients were interviewed as part of the application process. “We are very proud of this recognition as a True Blue Business,” Korbin said.

Inspire Financial Group currently has 15 independent agents and 11 support staff members, serving 3,585 clients throughout Dallas-Fort Worth and beyond – mostly public school employees. Their mission is to change the world by guiding people towards financial freedom and helping them realize their dreams. Inspire Financial Group is located at3513 Spectrum Blvd., Suite 200,Richardson,Texas75082.


For more information about Inspire Financial Group, call 972-470-0595 / 866-323-9151, or visit them online at


For more information about the True Blue Business Recognition Series, visit or call 214-342-8000, ext 1121.

 The True Blue Business Recognition Series,, and are not affiliated with KRLD NewsRadio 1080 or The Wall Street Journal.

Scott Sams – BIO

Scott Sams

Before joining KRLD NewsRadio 1080 in the summer of 2011, Scott Sams spent four years as morning anchor for CBS 11, and nearly 20 years with WFAA-TV Channel 8. As an Emmy Award winning TV talk show host, Scott has interviewed hundreds of national and international leaders, politicians, celebrities, authors, and hometown folks.

Scott is a second generation broadcaster; his parents were on television throughout the 1950s and 60s. He started his broadcast career at age 14, working at a small radio station near his hometown ofKnoxville,Tennessee. After five years at various radio stations, Scott spent the next 34 years in television as a weather, sports and news anchor.

Scott recently returned to his roots in radio as KRLD’s lead anchor, joining Mike Rogers and Alice Rios for the morning drive, 5 to 10 a.m. weekdays. A trusted source in North Texas for more than 80 years, KRLD offers all news, traffic and weather on the 8s, sports at :15 and :45, business at :25 and :55.

And now, Scott will interview select companies in the Dallas-Fort Wortharea that have been identified as True Blue Businesses. A portion of each interview will air on KRLD. Each interview segment recognizes a select local company that is “doing business right.” The in-depth interviews and an accompanying video will be featured at, DFW’s online community news source that highlights good news and events from area neighborhoods, churches, schools, businesses, clubs and organizations. Join Scott as he talks with our hometown’s best businesses and the people who make them a success.

When Scott is not on the air, he and his wife, Lisa, are very active in their church. They’ve been married for more than 25 years, and they’ve called North Texas home since 1985 – living inLakeHighlands, Frisco andPlano. They’ve served on boards of prison ministries, hospitals, and local charities.

Photos available upon request.

Media contact:


Executive Producer:, 214-342-8000, ext. 121

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