Houston, Texas (PRWEB) September 09, 2012
Christmas tree lots are temporary businesses that can be a very lucrative venture. When dealing with large trees, there is the potential for injuries to customers and employees. In addition, since Christmas tree lots are temporary, they are not very secure.
Vendor insurance and concessionaires insurance offers protection from many of the hazards associated with owning and operating a Christmas tree farm. Liability from property and bodily injury as well as property and employee coverage is all available with this vendor insurance and concessionaires insurance package.
As the holiday season approaches, Christmas tree lots will be popping up everywhere. This Concessionaires and Vendors product is designed for your Christmas tree lot business with low minimum premiums ranging from $350 to $500.
General liability advantages:
- Flat rates per lot or tent
- Products/completed operations coverage provided
- Additional insured coverage for landlords and permits related to the premises included at no additional charge
- No liability deductible
- Christmas Tree Liability – slip and fall, property and bodily injury coverage
- Tree Coverage – Theft, Vandalism and Fire
- Employee Coverage – Workers Compensation (This coverage is required by law in most states)
You can also make each risk a complete package by adding inland marine. The inland marine provides coverage for tents, fences and stock, including the trees themselves, with theft coverage automatically included!
Don’t forget, our Concessionaires and Vendors product is the gift that keeps on giving. We can also write seasonal mall kiosks for a low general liability minimum premium between $275 and $365.
Even though Christmas tree lots are small, temporary businesses, they still need vendor insurance because they face many of the potential hazards every other business faces. To find the best vendor insurance for vacant buildings, an independent insurance agent, such as a representative from Boardwalk Insurance Group, can do the work of shopping around to find the best vendor insurance for vacant buildings available. With 23 affiliated insurance providers and licensed to write policies in over half the United States, Boardwalk Insurance Group has the ability to take the time to understand your needs and create the most appropriate policy for you.
For more information, visit http://www.BoardwalkInsurance.com