The Upton Agency Announces Cobb County Charity Drive to Purchase Books for Local Children

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An insurance firm in Acworth is leading a local charity effort to provide resources to the local public library

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In this day of mobile devices and iPads, I want there to be a place children can go check out actual books. That’s why my daughter, Rynne, has a library card, and why we support our local library

Tevis Upton, founder and director of the Upton Agency in Acworth, Georgia, is announcing a regional charity initiative aimed at providing educational and informational resources to residents in the Cobb County area. Donations gathered during this event will be used to fund book purchases for the Crossroads Public Library.

“In this day of mobile devices and iPads, I want there to be a place children can go check out actual books. That’s why my daughter, Rynne, has a library card, and why we support our local library,” said Upton.

To help raise support for the three month long charity drive, Upton and his team are engaging the community directly through a referral program. For each person referred into the Upton Agency during this event for a no obligation insurance appraisal, the firm will issue a $10 donation to the library to help purchase books.

For readers seeking more information on how to support the charity drive, this page has been made available: http://uptonagency.com/rewards/.

About the Upton Agency

As a Personal Insurance Representative in Acworth, agency owner Tevis Upton knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of the Upton Agency are provided with an outstanding level of service. Tevis and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. The Upton Agency also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at the Upton Agency, visit http://uptonagency.com/ or call (770) 917-1111.

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