First Responders can Still Enter California Casualty’s $7,500 Garage Makeover Sweepstakes

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First responders have until October 31, 2019, to enter to win a $7,500 Garage Makeover from California Casualty. Enter today at

California Casualty's $7,500 Garage Makeover

We are grateful for the tough job first responders do every day for all us.

Garages take a beating. Floors crumble, paint peels and it seems there’s always a lack of storage.

If your garage could use more cabinets, a shiny new floor, or a customized tool storage area, California Casualty, provider of auto and home insurance for law enforcement officers and firefighters, is ready to help with the $7,500 Garage Makeover Work Hard/Play Hard Sweepstakes. Public safety members can enter at

The winner will be handed a $7,500 check to create the garage of their dreams.

The possibilities are endless. Whether it’ a gym, workshop, or refuge from the stresses of the day, California Casualty will help create your ultimate garage. It’s recognition for the hard work first responders do, often putting their lives in danger, to keep our communities safer.

“We are grateful for the tough job first responders do every day for all us,” said California Casualty Sr. Vice President Mike McCormick. “We wanted to show our appreciation and provide a useful way to say thanks.”

The Work Hard/Play Hard $7,500 Garage Makeover drawing is open to peace officers, EMTs and firefighters – American heroes who protect and enhance their communities. Entries will be taken through October 31, 2019, at The winner will be announced in November.

Previous Work Hard/Play Hard Sweepstakes prizes from California Casualty have included Liberty Safes, DeWalt Tools, motorcycles, and cash. They have gone to an Oregon Police officer, Colorado Sheriff’s captain, Firefighters from California, Nebraska, Ohio and Pennsylvania, and a California Highway Patrolman.

California Casualty is the proud provider of Auto and Home Insurance for first responders with special benefits that are not available to the general public:

  • $500 coverage of personal property – including uniforms, turnout gear and firearms – stolen from your vehicle
  • Reduced or waived deductible for damage to your vehicle parked where you work or volunteer as a first responder
  • Fallen Hero Survivor Benefit, which waves the premium for the remaining year and following year for the spouse or partner of an officer or firefighter who loses their life in the line of duty
  • $1,000 Pet Injury Protection for pets riding in a covered vehicle
  • Free ID theft protection and resolution

Learn more about how California Casualty serves peace officers and firefighters at 1.800.800.9410 or visit

Headquartered in San Mateo, California with Service Centers in Arizona, Colorado and Kansas, California Casualty provides auto and home insurance to firefighters, law enforcement officers, educators and nurses across the country. Founded in 1914, California Casualty has been led by four generations of the Brown family. To learn more about California Casualty, or to request an auto insurance quote, please visit or call 1.800.800.9410.

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