The Nevada Division of Insurance in cooperation with The Nevada Surplus Lines Association is addressing the uncertainties that surround the issue of protecting personal assets through sound, well-researched insurance plans, products and policies with the launch of a 2009 public education campaign. The campaign is designed to educate consumers who perhaps are risk-takers by day and in their personal lives, but “take no chances” when it comes to their business, auto, homeowners, health, life, and personal insurance policies, and realize the value of conducting thorough research before purchasing a policy.
The comprehensive campaign launched statewide includes television spots, website banners and upgrades to www.nvinsurancealert.com to support consumer and insurance agent questions and concerns.
The 2009 “Take No Chance” campaign should give consumers a first-hand perspective of six everyday “thrill seekers” participating in extreme outdoor activities; Rowena Singer – downhill skier; Richard Blocki – bull rider; Dana Gregg – sky diver; Mark Jary – rock climber; Jim Stephens – kayaker; and Sally Sidders – acrobatic pilot – each living life to the fullest and enjoying their extreme sport-of-choice. The second half of these: 30 TV spots reveals the message that in spite of their enthusiasm for extreme recreational sports they will not take any chances or unnecessary risks when it comes to their insurance plans to protect their loved ones, businesses and valued assets.
To learn more about taking “No Chance” with business, auto, homeowners, health, life, and personal insurance policies, visit: www.nvinsurancealert.com. This Web site will be continuously updated to include the latest news and information, and provide additional tools and resources to assist consumers in making informed and smart choices, when researching or purchasing insurance policies and products.
Nevada Insurance Alert and www.nvinsurancealert.com are funded by Nevada Surplus Lines Association, presented by the Nevada Independent Insurance Agents in cooperation with the Nevada Division of Insurance.
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