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Office Fire Prevention Tips
Fires are a serious risk for businesses of all types. It’s up to you to take the proper precautions to keep yourself, your co-workers and  safe from fire hazards.

Lower the Risks of Fire
There are some simple things you can do to prevent fires:
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Fall Maintenance Tips for your Organization
Fall is upon us, and Winter is on its way. That means it's the perfect time for some building and property maintenance to help you ease your organization into cooler weather, and whatever Mother Nature throws your way. Here are some items to add to your maintenance list this Fall that may help improve safety at your organization.  
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Silver Level - AHA Workplace Health
Our team is honored to be recognized by the American Heart Association for reaching the Silver level for Workplace Health Achievement.
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The Dangers of Driving and Allergy Medications
In many areas of the United States, 10 out of 12 months of the year is considered “allergy season”. When your body comes in contact with whatever may trigger allergies, it produces chemicals called histamines. Histamines cause the tissue in your nose to swell (making it feel stuffy), your nose and eyes to run, and itchy eyes.
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Benefits of Bundling Commercial Policies
Insurance carriers realize that offering additional lines of coverage to an existing customer is less expensive than trying to attract new customers. They also know that the more lines a given customer has, the longer they’re likely to stay with them.
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Windstorm Protection Tips for Businesses
Businesses can suffer an incredible amount of damage from windstorms and hurricanes. Before hurricane season hits, business owners can reduce their exposure to these losses by checking on their roof, windows, entry doors and vehicles.

Inspect your Building
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Insuring your College Student
Sending a child off to college is a significant milestone that represents the culmination of years of planning and hard work. As you prepare for the start of the semester, you should consider how your insurance needs may change with your son or daughter away at school.
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Tips to Keep Insurance Costs Down, and Teen Drivers Safe
Car crashes are one of the greatest dangers your teens face. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the risk of motor vehicle accidents is higher among 16- to 19-year-olds than among any other age group—they are nearly three times more likely to crash than older drivers!
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Insuring your College Student
Sending a child off to college is a significant milestone that represents the culmination of years of planning and hard work. As you prepare for the start of the semester, you should consider how your insurance needs may change with your son or daughter away at school.
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Should I Replace or Repair My Car?
While it’s important to repair any issues with your car in a timely fashion, it’s sometimes better to cut your losses and purchase a new car altogether. However, it can be difficult to know when it stops making sense to pay for repairs. Keep the following considerations in mind to help guide your decision:
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