Jon Cordell, one of our InsuranceHub team members, is about to retire. Jon has been a wonderful colleague to have as part of our family. His upbeat attitude and ready smile bring positive energy to the office. We’re sad that we have to say goodbye, but we’re happy for Jon and his family. It’s been so great to have Jon’s insurance knowledge on our team and to work with someone so easy-going and caring.
Our InsuranceHub family is about to bid a temporary farewell to one of our own. Thomas, who is part of our commercial insurance team, will be leaving us for a few months so that he can complete Basic Training (including Advanced Individual Training or AIT) for the United States Army. He will be at Fort Benning until May, and after that he will be part of the National Guard. (We say it’s a temporary farewell because he’s going to return to us in May.)
The adage “success comes at a price” is particularly poignant when it affects a company AND its customers. Rising to the pinnacle of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) list of top insurance companies in the U.S.*, State Farm Insurance assures its customers that they are “more than just a policy number.” Unfortunately, in the face of a growing trend in costly car accidents and several wildly disastrous natural events such as hurricanes and wildfires in 2017, those policy numbers will likely see a hefty rate hike in 2018.
If there are any 2 things we love here at InsuranceHub more than helping our clients, it's the holiday season and potlucks! This year, we combined those 2 passions and had ourselves a little contest. In fact, it was a battle: The Battle of The Holiday Dishes.
On Wednesday, November 30th, our 3 main offices had a Battle of the Holiday Dishes! Each office was given a category to compete and the winning dish from each office is featured below:
- Duluth was competing in the dessert category
- Atlanta was competing in the entrée category
- Douglasville was competing in the appetizer category
The Geminid meteor show puts on an amazing show every year in December. It is going to be most visible this year from Dec. 13 in the evening to Dec. 14 just before dawn. Here are ten tips for enjoying the Geminid meteor shower.