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Do you live in America?  Do you support America?  Do you live in Texas?  Do you support Texas?  Better yet, do you support your local town and the local merchants?  One of the things that differentiates our office from insurance providers like Geico and eSurance is that we are local.  Sure Geico has a few offices in the entire D/FW area, but to be the second largest insurer in the country and to spend over $1.2 BILLION in advertising, what have they done for your local community? 

Just in the last couple of months our office has been involved in several different events.  We sponsored a blood drive at our office.  We attended / sponsored two different safety fairs (Keller and Burleson).  We donated Subway sandwich gift cards to ALL the faculty at a local school for teacher appreciation week.   And this past Friday we held our annual car, truck and bike show which is a fund raiser.  As a result we will be donating $500 to Crazy8 Ministries (a LOCAL ministry).  So, I ask you again...what has Geico done for your community other than pollute the airwaves with commercials? 

To go even further, we employ local people.  Those employees own homes and shop locally.  Those employees (as well as our office) pay property taxes that help fund our local schools.  How about eSurance?  How much time and money did they give or pay to support the local children, schools and businesses. 

Please think about this the next time your auto or home policy comes up for renewal.  We offer dozens of options at highly competitive prices for our clients.  We have great service and WE SUPPORT THE LOCAL COMMUNITY.

- James Brown - May 25, 2016

PS - Check out some of the fun we had at our car show by clicking here.  https://youtu.be/FORYW7eM8pE
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