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A Day in the Life of an Insurance Marketing Manager

I’m often asked what I do on a daily basis, usually after I try to explain what a marketing manager is. Before I can answer those questions, I have to explain that I do not sell insurance. Instead, marketing managers are the face…

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Storm Season is Here…Are You Ready?

Does June 29, 2012 ring a bell for you? That date will live in the insurance professionals’ memories for years to come. Derecho is a Spanish term for a straight, long, widespread and long-lasting storm that comes with fast-moving thunderstorms…

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Subrogation: The Right to Recovery

SUBROGATION – How’s that for a $.10 insurance word?  I suspect most of you do not know what subrogation is unless you’ve previously had a loss involving it. According to Black’s Law Dictionary (you know it’s serious when I quote…

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10 Values I’ve Gained from 30 Years in Insurance

I started my career as an elementary school teacher at the wonderful age of 22, ready to make my mark on 30 sixth graders. Yes that is correct, 30 12-year-old kids with raging hormones in a classroom the size of a two-car…

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Tree Damage – Are You Insured?

With all the tree damage from the recent storms, we’ve seen a lot of online conversation about insurance and the coverage or lack of coverage for tree damage.  One person posted “Did you know that insurance only covers to have trees…

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Dog Breeds vs. Insurance Carriers: The Bite Is Worse Than the Bark

Are you looking for a four-legged friend to add to the family? Before you purchase a pooch, be sure you check with your insurance agent or company to verify that the dog is acceptable. Most insurance carriers have a list…

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Hold the Caffeine for Insurance Coverage

How much do you spend on groceries each month?  Gas?  Cell phones?  Car insurance?  I recently made a list of my monthly expenditures in preparation for a meeting with my financial advisor. How did my list look after completing this not-so-fun…

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‘Tis the Season for Part-Time Help!

Every year as people begin to talk about what they are making for Thanksgiving and which family member will top their crazy list, I get excited.  Now, admittedly, I love to see and spend time with my family, but the…

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When It Rains, It Pours: Preparing For and Recovering From Mother Nature

While most of the Northeast is still grappling with the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, they may soon have more high winds, rain, and possibly snow to deal with.  What is known as a “nor’easter” is expected to hit the eastern…

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For College Students, Some Exclusions May Apply

With college kids back to school, parents often call to remove their children from their auto policy to try to save a few dollars. While this may be possible in some states, it is not the case for all. In…

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