🔑Happy Saturday friends! Many people think that their auto insurance will cover if things are stolen out of their vehicles. Make sure you understand your coverages especially during these holiday high shopping times! 🔦
1 72 hours ago
If you’re like me, adulting can be a bit overwhelming some days. Fortunately, when it comes to some of life’s biggest decisions, we’re not alone.
Join myself, Janae Lyon and Natalie Lyon on December 12th, 2019 from 6-7pm at Modist Brewery for a discussion about qualifying for a home mortgage, buying your first home and insurance to protect you and your family. After the presentation and Q&A, you’ll leave feeling much more prepared for some of those life decisions that may be just around the corner. The event is free, the setting will be casual, and we’ll provide pizza and beverages for all attendees. We hope to see you on December 12th! The link to register is in my bio.
Clowns make terrifying backseat drivers. And pretty scary front-seat drivers too. One customer was rear-ended by a bozo. Luckily, Farmers® covered the claim on 6/21/18. Can your auto policy handle the unexpected? Send me a message. Darrin Hendley Agency, Farmers Insurance - 972-462-7589
📌Do you or someone you know own a home? Make sure you know what you have! You may not have enough or too much~🏡
1 1120 hours ago
We had such a great time at the Downtown Parade of Lights yesterday! It was wonderful seeing lots of familiar faces and the Athens community! 🎄 See y’all next Saturday at the Watkinsville Parade!
3 2320 hours ago
One of my favorite things to do after work is sit in my living room and listen to my record collection. My player and records all came from my friends at @cameron_records. Today I stopped in to learn a bit more about their business (and maybe also to buy myself a Christmas present...). You’ll see that content soon right here and on our Facebook page! Stay tuned. 👀
This holiday season, we want to ensure kids across our communities are able to receive presents this year without the financial struggles of their family preventing them from enjoying the festivities. With your help, we can provide toys for those who are unable to afford them for their kids. Let's work together to bring miles of smiles to our kids. 😊 😁 🎅😀 😄
Adding umbrella insurance to your current policy is not only a great boost to your coverage, but also an affordable cost for anyone who wants to extend the limits of their liability. Call us at 925.258.1010 and see how we can insure you with an umbrella policy to provide great coverage for a great cost.
Business of the Week sponsored by the W. Danielle Stack Agency!
This week we want to recognize ThoseCardFolks that is owned by our dear friends Alecia Sparks and Michael Sparks.
Do you still need to send out your Christmas Cards? They have a website and an app for that! Go to www.appreciatemycustomers.com and sign up today! It is easy and user friendly. Need them to walk you through it just call 931-809-0089.
We love that Alecia and Michael agree that building relationships is the key to success because we want to know everyone!! This is appreciation you can touch with your business or personal needs. .
Why buy local? Small, local businesses are the largest employer nationally and in our community provide the most jobs to residents! #stackagency#yourinsuranceagent#clarksville#clarksvilletn#smallbusiness#areyoumoving#youhearditfromdanielle#shoplocal#movers#wearefarmers#farmersinsurance#smallbusiness#shoplocal
Businesses don’t just need customers, they need coverage too. A Business Ownership Policy (BOP) combines the major property and liability coverages into one insurance policy and could be less expensive than individual policies. Interested? Call us 909)317-1325
While we are grateful to have our restaurant back up and running, we are experiencing difficulties with our insurance company @wearefarmers in terms of our business continuation policy. Upon talking to fellow restaurant owners in our community, we realize we aren’t the only ones struggling with being reimbursed.
Insurance companies are trying to write off the power outages undergone to combat the Kincade Fire as “planned outages” and therefore not covered under their business continuation policies. This is not only inaccurate, this is wrong. While our restaurant will be able to survive the financial hit, many restaurants in our community cannot and are in threat of going out of business.