3 Important Insurance Considerations for Commercial Breweries

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How do you intend to interact with the general public? Will you offer brewery tours or have a tasting room? Both of these elements, while great for marketing and generating growth, come with their share of risk, and need to be considered when purchasing insurance. Fortunately, most commercial general liability policies cover premises liability exposures, but… Read more »

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Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Insurance as a Career

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1.) A Stable Industry Insurance has been around since the middle of the 18th century in the United States, initially offering simple coverages like fire insurance or life insurance. Today, insurance is a $421 billion dollar industry in the U.S. (2.5% of GDP) that employs more than 2.5 million people nationwide, offering a multitude of insurance… Read more »

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ATV’s – A Farmer’s Best Friend

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Since the early 1970’s, ATV (all-terrain vehicle) use has grown year over year. Originally designed as a personal use vehicle, ATVs quickly became useful machines to move through areas not easily accessible by other types of vehicles. Farmers quickly learned their ATVs were a good supplement for pick-up trucks, horses and even walking. They could… Read more »

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3 Best Practices to Help Protect Your Business from a Possible Data Breach

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How does your daily routine impact the security of your important business data? Building little things into your daily and weekly procedures can pay off in providing greater security of your data.  In many cases, your vigilance is all that stands between your business and a privacy breach. Below are three best practices that you can… Read more »

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A is for Awareness

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Why are we starting this ongoing safety blog series about “Awareness”? Because safety awareness is the first step to implementing a strong safety program that can reduce the risk of an employee or customer injury.   That’s because, before you can implement a safety procedure, you must first be aware that the hazard exists. I encourage you… Read more »

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Video Blog: Ice Dams & Snow Load Capacity

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Just when you thought that a New England winter couldn’t get any worse, weather forecasters are predicting yet another blizzard to hit us this weekend.  Make sure that you are taking all steps to prevent any damage to your building or house, whether it be from ice dams or the excessive weight of snow on… Read more »

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