DISCLOSURE: I do not advertise. Not in the traditional sense at least. I also never say know to a request from a policyholder/friend/customer for a sponsorship/support of something they are involved in.
So I was at a zoo this weekend. Washington National Zoo to be exact. Great time, great place. While at one exhibit I noticed this sign;
Really neat exhibit and I am fine with seeing State Farm’s name there. I respect them as a company and think this is a great move. Why would you not want your logo in a happy place where lots of families are. Especially since families are a huge piece of your customer base. But then again you see State Farm almost everywhere. They probably have customers in every physical space that they put their name.
So the other morning I was shaving and cut my chin a bit. Somehow these tiny cuts bleed profusely and with about an hour before I had to leave I had to do something. So I apply some cream so it will clot a bit and then apply the first band aid I could find. It was clear and way bigger than what I needed but it worked. It had the little bit of gauze that all band aids have and after a short time the bleeding stopped. Now our upstairs cabinet was not quite like this;
Seriously, do we even know that what you have now is worth comparing anything to? That is the first and best place to start, lets first see what you have in place and make sure that what you need matches up with what you have and also is what you want. Once we do that now we can go forward. **Price is irrelevant at this point**
A few weeks back I was stopped for talking on a phone without a headset. I rarely do this and the fact is I was momentarily lazy on a Sunday morning. The officer actually saw the headset on the dashboard but it was to no avail. I AM GUILTY.
Unfortunately people have come to accept rate increases with their auto and home insurance policies. Kind of sad. They have heard all sorts of silly excuses;
” Rates are going up across the state…”
” The big storms across the country are the cause..”
BLAH BLAH BLAH