Adriana Gallardo Net Worth

How much is Adriana Gallardo Worth?

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Adriana Gallardo net worth:
$10 Million

Adriana Gallardo Net Worth: Adriana Gallardo is a Mexico-born businesswoman who has a net worth of $10 million. She is the founder and CEO of Adriana's Insurance, but is probably best known as an personality on the show Rica, Famosa, Latina (akin to America's "Real Housewives"). She is the mother of three and, along with her husband Leon, built the company Adriana's Insurance. Adriana Gallardo was born in Mexico and immigrated to the U.S. where she opened her first insurance office in Pomona, California in 1990. In an unrecognized market at the time, Adriana had the perfect formula: fluent in Spanish, of Mexican decent and the ability to communicate with the Hispanic market on both a cultural and personal level. She was proactive in all aspects, from marketing the business to increasing sales with her positive customer service attitude. Within a few years, Adriana invited her immediate family to join her business and Adriana's Insurance became a family-owned corporation. Adriana Gallardo has been recognized as one of Southern California's most successful Latina entrepreneurs in the auto insurance industry and has dominated the Hispanic market for over 20 years. As of 2013, Adriana's Insurance had opened over 50 locations in Southern California, showing no signs of slowing. On the philanthropic side of things, Adriana Gallardo donated $10,000 to Teleton USA in December 2012. One Christmas Gallardo gave 4,000 toys to children in different cities.

Adriana Gallardo Net Worth
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