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Thursday, 11 August 2016
Why Work with an Independent Insurance Agent?
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Throughout my career, many have asked why I don't represent just one company like State Farm, Farmers, GEICO and others.  "Why are you independent?"  It's always an easy answer consisting of many reasons.  The best way to show it is in this new video!  Enjoy!

 
We give you choices!  We're a part of the independent agency system and a proud member of the Trust Choices network.  Don't settle for just ONE company that can only quote you ONE premium.  We'll shop for you and give you what you need - not only with the right coverage's but also with the most competitive premiums.  Contact our staff at 615.377.1212 or email us at info@BentonWhite.com.  We're always ready to earn your business!
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Posted on 08/11/2016 10:27 AM by Benton White
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