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Restaurant Insurance: A big deal or YOUR big deal? | Product Highlight

Published on July 18, 2017

Have you ever stopped to think about how big a part Restaurants play in our society? They are a part of many people’s everyday lives at home, and they are always a factor for when we travel. One third of every guide book is dedicated to “Where to eat in ____,” so if you’re not insuring many restaurants yet, it may be time to more »

Drink Up | Product highlight Bar and Nightclub Insurance

Published on August 16, 2016

Did you know…? The U.S. spends $420 Billion on food and alcohol sales at bars and nightclubs each year (source). The bar and nightclub industry is one that we can’t afford to ignore. AND, they can’t afford to go without the proper Bar and Nightclub Insurance coverage. Many small businesses have holes in their insurance coverage more »

The life of a restaurant owner | Restaurant & Bar Insurance Product Highlight

Published on March 1, 2016

Part of being a successful insurance agent is not only understanding your customers needs, but understanding your customer, and respecting what they do. When you insure their home or their business, you insure something of great value to them. For millions of Americans, their work days are just that — work days. To a business owner, though, their more »

Did you know? | Product Highlight – Restaurant Insurance

Published on November 17, 2015

Not only does California grow and provide food for the rest of the country, we eat a lot of it too — not just at homes, but in restaurants.  Restaurants are a major part of California’s economy. Their tax revenues, the jobs they provide, and the ways they feed and are a part of people’s everyday lives make restaurants a staple in our more »

Incentive Highlight: Restaurant Insurance Markets

Published on September 11, 2014

Are you having difficulty finding wholesale restaurant insurance to meet your customers needs? Brian owns a cafe that everyone in town loves. It’s actually a new venture as a second location to his original coffee shop that’s on the main drag in a small northern California town. You know, those towns that have a good about of people, but more »