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Time for Church | Church Insurance Product Highlight

Published on March 22, 2016

photo credit: Palm Sunday via photopin (license) There’s a lot that happens behind the scenes to make a church run smoothly. In many ways, running a church is similar to running a small business. Especially if the church is small, one pastor is often responsible for a huge variety of items — everything from sermon preparation to to visiting more »

Meet Your Abram Team Members: Chris

Published on March 17, 2016

Chris Perry, Director of Communications Chris joined the Abram Team last year to further our efforts to keep our business flow as fluid as possible. She is one of the lovely voices you’ll hear when you call our office, because it’s a priority to us that you don’t have to go through an automated system to get help. In addition to fielding more »

Tips for the New Insurance Agency Owner |Business tips for Insurance Agents

Published on February 25, 2016

photo credit: via photopin (license) Did you know that California has more people employed as Insurance Agents than any other state? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we do. And there are more people joining the ranks and trying their hand at running their own Insurance Agency each year. While having to be an expert in the industry, and in 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 »

Meet Your Abram Team Members: E.J.

Published on February 4, 2016

E.J. Soliz — Agency Marketing Representative Meet E.J. Soliz, our new Agency Marketing Representative who joined our Abram Interstate Insurance team this past fall. E.J. works to build relationships with our agency partners, promote our best products, and grow business by delivering exceptional service! E.J.’s brings a wealth of sales and more »

Best Small Business Advice | Tips for Insurance Agents

Published on January 28, 2016

In 2013, Business Insider did a special thing — finding and honoring the top small business owners from around the country during the national small business week. Each state voted for one top small business owner, and from those, one top personal was chosen for the nation. In the midst of this process, they interviewed these small business owners. Here more »

Why Write Non-Admitted Surplus Lines Insurance?

Published on January 26, 2016

For insurance agents and the general public, the term “non-admitted” can feel foreign and second-rate when it comes to a type of insurance. Many agents miss out on huge opportunities for business because they don’t understand, and therefor are not comfortable writing non-admitted (or “Surplus Lines”) insurance business. more »

4 Tips for Achieving Goals This Year | Business Tips for Insurance Agents

Published on January 14, 2016

photo credit: Lomax Dashboard via photopin (license) “I have a grand plan for life,” a date told me once. “Oh?” I said. “And what is this grand plan?” “To make millions and have a lake house,” he said simply. “And…?” I asked, confused. “And what?” he asked. “And what is your plan to achieve that?” I asked. “That’s the more »

More Renters = More Apartment Building Insurance Needs

Published on January 5, 2016

photo credit: Apartments! (Park View Apartments, 25th Avenue and Fulton Street) via photopin (license) The new movie The Big Short that came out over Christmas once again draws our eye to the housing market crash that happened a decade ago. Since then, homeownership rates have dropped dramatically in the U.S. and renting rates are increasing with correlating 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 »

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