The Homeowners Consumer Center Announces an Important State by State Initiative for Insurance Agents

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In order to better educate US homeowners about how critical having up to date insurance-the Homeowners Consumer Center is inviting insurance agents, or agencies in each state to join the group in this critically important initiative. The group is saying, "the average US homeowner does not have up to date homeowners coverage, their contents are typically inadequately covered, and we need to get the word out to all US homeowners. In addition to getting the word out about easy to understand issues, we will be branding our homeowners insurance campaign to specific agents/agencies/agencies in each US State, and top 150 metro area." The Homeowners Consumer Center says,"we are creating what we believe will be a win-win for homeowners, and a win-win for participating insurance agents/agencies." For more information insurance agents should contact the Homeowners Consumer Center for more information at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com

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most US homeowners do not have adequate insurance for their home, or property. Having gone through Hurricane Katrina up close and personal-we see a critical need to encourage all US homeowners to update, and upgrade their homeowners insurance policy.

The Homeowners Consumer Center is saying,"most US homeowners do not have adequate insurance for their home, or property. Having gone through Hurricane Katrina up close and personal-we see a critical need to encourage all US homeowners to update, and upgrade their homeowners insurance policy." The group says, "we intend to do twice a month national press releases designed to achieve this goal. As part of our initiative we want to encourage US homeowners to use insurance agents, or agencies in their local state, or top 150 metro area. This initiative will be a win-win for insurance agents, or insurance agencies that participate. For more information please contact the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com

So What is involved for participating insurance agents, or agencies? The Homeowners Consumer Center is saying, "we think having a local insurance agent, or agency is far more preferable than having a Internet based insurance agency-because we think homeowner insurance is local, we think it should be relationship based, because local agents, or agencies understand their markets, and specific needs of the homeowners living in these major metro areas, or states." The group says, "this is a significant branding campaign for participating local agents, or insurance agencies. All of our bi-monthly national press releases will encourage homeowners to call our listed insurance agents, in their state, or metro area for an assessment of their existing homeowners coverage. The participating insurance agents, or agencies will be listed on the Homeowners Consumer Centers web sites Insurance page." For more information please contact the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com

The cost for participation for specific insurance agents, or agencies is $475. Aside from listing the participating insurance agents, or agency contact information on the Homeowners Consumer Center's web site Insurance page, the group will also do a one time national press release endorsing the insurance agent, or agency for their metro area, and or state. The group is saying, "one requirement is that the agent, or agency must represent a State Farm, Allstate, Farmers, or other reputable insurance firm. We also require that the participating insurance agents, or agencies actually have an office in their metro area, or state-again because we think homeowners insurance is local---and the focus of this campaign is to advance the idea that going cheap on homeowners insurance is not always a very good plan---if ultimately to the horror of the homeowner---they did not have an adequate homeowners policy." This is a first come-first serve invitation for insurance agents, or insurance agents. For more information please contact the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com

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