The Laurie Cinecio Agency Announces East Texas Charity Effort to Benefit Families Affected by Autism

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An insurance provider serving the Dallas/Fort Worth region is announcing a charity campaign to serve those living with autism

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There is so much strength in our community, if we work together to help those facing autism we can improve lives and enrich relationships for families throughout the region

Laurie Cinecio, CEO and owner of the Laurie Cinecio Agency in Burleson, is announcing the launch of a charity drive to help provide services to families in the Fort Worth area who are affected by autism. Proceeds raised during the campaign will be offered to the local nonprofit Hope Center for Autism.

“There is so much strength in our community, if we work together to help those facing autism we can improve lives and enrich relationships for families throughout the region,” said Cinecio.

The Cinecio Agency has adopted an invitation system to encourage community involvement, and plans to issue a $10 donation in the name of any person referred into the firm throughout this charity effort for a no obligation insurance analysis. There is no fee for this analysis, and the Cinecio team will make all donations directly.

Further information on supporting the charity drive has been provided here: http://lauriecinecioagency.com/rewards/.

About Laurie Cinecio Agency

As a Personal Insurance Representative in Burleson, agency owner Laurie Cinecio knows many local families. Her knowledge and understanding of the people in her community ensures that clients of the Laurie Cinecio Agency are provided with an outstanding level of service. Laurie and her team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. The Laurie Cinecio Agency also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at the Laurie Cinecio Agency, visit http://lauriecinecioagency.com/ or call (817) 572-1938.

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