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Do You Know The Equine Industry? | Equine Insurance Product Highlight

Published on September 27, 2016

California has the 3rd highest number of horses in the country. Think about it, if you grew up in California or if you have lived here long, chances are you have either owned or ridden a horse yourself. If you haven’t, you know someone who has. It’s one of those California perks of life — our casual access to such large, majestic creatures. The more »

Equine Insurance 101 | Product Highlight

Published on February 23, 2016

At Abram Interstate we cover what matters most to your customers—from Homeowners Insurance to commercial and Agribusiness Insurance. One of the products we help you offer to your clients is our Wholesale Equine Insurance. Whether horses are an integral part of your customers’ business or  just their family, insurance is important. There are more »

California, Horses, and the insurance to cover them | Wholesale Equine Insurance

Published on February 24, 2015

Did you know that California has the third highest number of horses out of all of the states? Think about it, if you grew up in California or if you have lived here long, chances are you have either owned or ridden a horse yourself, or you have known someone who has. It’s one of those California perks of life is our casual access to such large, more »

6 words, 6 meanings: Clear communication in the digital age

Published on February 12, 2015

Everyone who works at Abram Interstate has heard our President and CEO ask them to say the following sentence several times, each time placing the emphasis on a different word: I didn’t say you were beautiful. And everyone one of us Abram Interstate team members has had the realization then that this simple, 6 word sentence can actually mean more »

Bob Needs Equine Insurance. Do your customers?

Published on February 27, 2014

Who needs Equine Insurance? Here’s a couple scenarios: Bob’s daughter, Betty, wants a horse.  She’s been taking riding lessons and she’s getting quite good. Bob crunches the numbers, looks at their property, and decides that they can afford to get a horse. He sections off a corral in their large yard. They get the horse and more »