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Product Highlight: Tobacco Store Insurance

Published on December 9, 2014

We have a market for you for  wholesale insurance for Tobacco product stores! photo credit: J.G. Park via photopin cc Tobacco Store Insurance highlights: – We can do monoline GL or property – Can also do full package GL & property – Low minimum premium — packages start at $750 -Prior lapse in coverage OK (subject to underwriting more »

The World Fair, Food Trucks, and You – Tips for Insurance Agents

Published on December 2, 2014

Food trucks are a craze right now, there’s no denying it. It only takes going to L.A., Portland, Denver, Austin, San Francisco, or any major, growing city to hear food trucks in the list of places you “MUST eat.” And wherever the trends the larger cities take us, the rest of us tend to follow. California, of course has been on the more »

Safety tips for Auto Repair Shop owners (and insurance for them too)

Published on November 18, 2014

We have the insurance market for auto repair shops that your customers need, but now here’s some safety tips you can pass on to them too. Auto Service Checklist Auto shop owners: Use this checklist to double check your operations to make sure you’re protecting your property and your customers as best as you can. Property: Are sidewalks and more »

Building a business takes building the right team – Tips for Insurance Agents

Published on November 13, 2014

photo credit: phoca2004 via photopin cc A great resource for CEO’s and heads of companies is the blog backpocketcoo.com . If you’re the head of your insurance agency, then this is a great blog to have on your feed. Cameron Herold writes about the hard things that it takes, and the intentionality it takes to continually make your business more »

‘Tis the Season for Christmas Tree Lot Insurance

Published on November 11, 2014

It’s almost the “most wonderful time of the year,” and Christmas decor is already popping up in stores. Soon Christmas tree lots will be dotting the scene and you and your family will be heading with hundreds of others to pick out your perfect Christmas tree. But on a Christmas tree lot, as with anywhere, things can go wrong. Which more »

Incentive Highlight: Garage Insurance

Published on September 25, 2014

Have you heard? We have a fall Incentive going on right now where you can earn extra cash on certain policies. One of the types of policies that qualifies is our wholesale garage insurance that we have available for you and your hard-working customers. photo credit: MizGingerSnaps via photopin cc Pete owns an auto repair shop in your town and you’ve more »

5 Questions to help settle disagreements – Business tips for the insurance agent

Published on September 23, 2014

We know that whether you’re an insurance agent or a rocket scientist, spending most of your day with the same people all week long leads to knowing one another, and often times, beginning to take one another for granted. After that, irritation and disagreements can more easily arise, but we need some ways to work through those disagreements. Having 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 »

Spot Burnout (and recover from it) – Advice for the Insurance Agent

Published on September 9, 2014

To follow up on our post last week on ways to avoid burnout, now what to do if you’re already feeling burnt out? It’s common knowledge that working too long and too hard without the breaks needed can cause burnout for everyone from artists to businessmen and businesswomen, and insurance agents are not immune. Burnout is a disease that not more »

Fall is here — let’s protect it! Special event insurance for fall

Published on September 4, 2014

As a child growing up in Northern California, the start of fall wasn’t signified by cold weather and gray skies. I knew it was fall when I went back to school and got a new backpack and binder for the year. When I started to see the acorns gather on our sidewalk in front of the house and the leaves fall across the lawns. I knew it was fall when more »

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