SureVest Insurance Group Initiates Charity Campaign to Fund Baseball League for Special Needs Children and Adults

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An insurance firm headquartered in Raleigh is leading a charity effort to establish a baseball league for special needs residents

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Our firm is on a mission to help promote an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion, bridging the gap between those with special needs and all the families in our community

Chris Clark, CEO and principal agent of SureVest Insurance Group, is releasing details on a charity campaign recently launched by the firm to help establish a special needs baseball league. All funds raised during the campaign will be provided to the nonprofit Miracle League of the Triangle.

“Our firm is on a mission to help promote an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion, bridging the gap between those with special needs and all the families in our community,” said Clark.

The SureVest team is inviting everyone in the region to be part of the charity campaign by referring family members, friends, and co-workers into the nearest SureVest office for a complimentary insurance appraisal. For each person referred, the firm will make a $10 donation to help support the Miracle League.

Information on how to help raise publicity for the campaign can be accessed on the following page: https://surevestinsurance.com/rewards/.

About SureVest Insurance Group

As a Personal Insurance Representative in Raleigh, agency owner Chris Clark knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of SureVest Insurance Group are provided with an outstanding level of service. Chris and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important - family, home, car and more. SureVest Insurance Group also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at SureVest Insurance Group, visit http://www.surevestinsurance.com/ or call (866) 632-1531.

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