As College Classes Resume, Protect Your Bubble Takes a Look at the Top Party Colleges

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Gadget Insurance Brand Points Out that Collateral Damage is an Unfortunate Part of the Party Scene

Protect Your Bubble gives peace of mind so students can enjoy their collegiate experience

Once again, Princeton University has released its list of the top party schools and universities in the country. Wildly popular with the students and generally hated by the parents who send the students there, the list changes very little from year to year. This year, West Virginia University once again claimed the No. 1 ranking as the nation’s top party school.

The top party schools in order, according to the report are: WV University, University of Iowa, Ohio University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Georgia, University of Florida, UC-Santa Barbara, Florida State University, Miami University and Syracuse University.

The fall semester brings a huge influx of freshmen with high hopes and dreams and the escape from their parents for the first time in their lives. Alcohol flows freely and the number of parties far outweigh the weekend activities of high school.

Not all the students partake of the parties, but many do. Larger, more open block parties may allow for some room to move and breathe and the smaller house parties at fraternity houses may be entertaining during the evening. For those who are left behind, the next day’s cleaning and recovery may prove to have been more fraught with disaster than originally imagined.

Waking up to see a laptop, smartphone or other gadget shattered beyond repair is not something anyone wants to deal with while nursing a hangover or shooing people out of the building. Explaining the flat screen TV was shoved out a window is not the kind of call any student wants to make to his parents. For that matter, reporting significant damage to any phone, laptop or TV is not pleasant.

These losses can be covered. Protect Your Bubble provides coverage options for smartphones, tablets, TVs and more. As college students become more and more dependent on their phones and other gadgets, having an insurance policy to protect them makes sense. College is an entrance into the adult world, and the adult world carries insurance. Protect Your Bubble gives peace of mind so students can enjoy their collegiate experience and help keep the school on Princeton’s top ten list.

About Protect Your Bubble
Protect Your Bubble is a specialty insurance brand, offering insurance for gadgets, pets and
travel - all for today’s modern consumer.

  •     Gadget - Smartphone and tablet insurance covers loss, theft and water damage and consumers will receive a replacement device in 24 hours. Home gadget warranties provide coverage for mechanical breakdown and accidental damage for laptops, game consoles and cameras as well as mechanical breakdown for appliances, televisions, desktop computers, home theater systems and more.
  •     Travel - Plans provide a variety of coverage for single and multi-trip options including cancellation, interruption, medical/dental, baggage, rental car and much more like 24/7 emergency services including, consult a doctor, roadside assistance, restaurant reservations and even set up tee times through their concierge services.
  •     Pet - Plans provide up to 90 percent reimbursement for covered vet charges for eligible accidents, illnesses, hereditary conditions and routine wellness visits. They allow owners to visit any licensed vet in the country. Additionally, annual deductible options start at $100 which only needs to be met once per plan year.

Headquartered in Atlanta, Protect Your Bubble is available online, via mobile app or phone, allowing consumers to understand, buy and, most importantly, protect what enriches their lives. Find Protect Your Bubble USA on Facebook or Twitter (@PYBUSA) or visit for more information or to get a two-minute quote today.


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