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Solar Eclipse Safety on the 21st

We are set for unique experience on Monday, August 21st --  a total coast-to-coast solar eclipse. During that time, the sun will be blocked for two minutes and create eerie diamond rings of light, weather permitting.  So, if you are...

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Bryan Cares - Monica Buchanan

  One of our newest employees, Monica Buchanan (on the right) took a Bryan Cares Day to volunteer at "Our Daily Bread".  This ministry program of the First United Methodist Church in Graham features weekday lunches for children, youth,...

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Safety Items for Back-To-School

You received your list of supplies your child needs to go back to school.  Here are some safety items you might consider adding to your list.  Each is designed to provide immediate ways to protect your child from unwanted attention. Here...

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Family Fun Month

August is Family Fun Month and keeping everyone safe while enjoying the outdoors can be challenging.  Here are some safety tips to ensure you have a wonderful experience from the NYSPCC. Practice water, sun, bike, barbecue, and fire safety....

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Fidget Spinners - Hidden Dangers

But, I want a fidget spinner please?  Have you heard this from your child?  Fidget spinners are now all the craze and flying off toy shelves and mall kiosks. They can be found in just about any color, in character, camo or other trends,...

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Pets & Hot Weather

What can a pet-parent do to prevent heat stroke danger? Be smart and proactive! When the temperature is high, don’t let your dog linger on hot surfaces like asphalt and cement. Being so close to the ground can heat their body quickly...

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Pets & Hot Weather

What can a pet-parent do to prevent heat stroke danger? Be smart and proactive! When the temperature is high, don’t let your dog linger on hot surfaces like asphalt and cement. Being so close to the ground can heat their body quickly...

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Watercraft Thefts

Recreational boating continues to grow in both popularity and in risk.  Boats are on the lakes, in the ocean, and on the rivers, all during the summer.  Deter thieves from stealing your pride and joy. Largest category of stolen vessels...

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National Grilling Month - Safety Tips

July is National Grilling Month - so break out the barbie  and let's get cooking.  Before you touch your grill keep these safety tips in mind.  Why?  Because according to the National Fire Protection Association, each year an...

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4th of July - Most dangerous summer holiday

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the 4th of July ranks as the deadliest day for drivers for the past decade. Here are a few travel safety tips provided by Travelers Insurance: Make sure your car is serviced before embarking...

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WannaCry - Time to Upgrade Your System

Recently, Europe was hit with an extensive WannaCry - Ransomware virus.  Companies and hospitals across the continent were paying ransom to get their data back.  Here in the US, our companies are faced with the same threat.  How do...

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Happy Father's Day

"When my father didn't have my hand, he had my back. " Linda Poindexter To all the fathers, we wish you a wonderful Father's Day!

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College Graduates Now is the Time to Look at Your Insurance!

You and your parents survived.  You graduated.  Now, as you make a major transition from college to the work force, you are faced with big decisions. One of them is insurance.  Here are insurance decisions you will need to make: Are...

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Starting Outdoor Projects - Don't Forget Ladder Safety!

Before starting a project that requires a ladder, here are a few things to remember: Carefully inspect the ladder for defects, such as cracks, corrosion and that bolts and rivets are secure. Make sure the ladder's feet work properly and have slip-...

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Remembering on Memorial Day

As we enjoy this weekend with our friends and family, let us take a moment to remember those heroes who have given their lives, who have served, or who are serving, to protect our precious freedom. They are our true heroes.On behalf of all of us at...

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Did You know Landscaping Affects Your Home Value?

We all have our "Honey Do" lists and are working on our gardens and planning our landscapes.  But did you know that landscaping can improve or hurt your property values which affect your insurance premiums?  That's right! Here's some tips...

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Happy Mother's Day

On behalf of all of us at the agency, we wish you a wonderful Mother's Day filled with love and new memories.

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Support Local Small Businesses This Weekend!

Don't forget!  Support your local small businesses as we wrap up Small Business Week. Help our community thrive by shopping local.  In addition, post a message on your Facebook page to keep our neighborhoods vibrant and alive.  

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Dog Bites and Your Insurance

Ah, that Rottweiler puppy is so cute, you adopted a Doberman, your family gave you a pit bull, what do they all have in common - they are three of the top breeds blacklisted by insurance companies.  In some states insurance has been denied to...

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Are you planning on upgrades to your home?

Warmer weather is here, and we're looking to implement home upgrades that you have planned all winter.  If you are remodeling your kitchen or bath, adding a room, replacing your roof, or upgrading your plumbing and electrical, then give us a...

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Take the Pledge to Drive Cell Free

The National Safety Council has created "Just Drive" dedicated to bringing awareness to distracted driving.  We encourage you, your children, your family, and your business associates to take the pledge to be an attentive driver.  Click...

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Flood - It's Spring & With It Flood Season

With temperatures starting to change, now is the time to take a Flood Risk Profile to learn your flood risk. You might not think you are in a flood zone, but make sure.  Spring thaw brings heavy rains which overflow streams, rivers, and lakes...

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National Ladder Safety

According to OSHA, about 20,000 injuries and 300 deaths happen every year due to ladder falls. Ladder accidents are preventable but safety training needs to be conducted to make sure there is a decrease in ladder-related injuries and fatalities....

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Tax Season & Cyber

Accounting firms are increasingly targeted for their information.  Tax Season is a perfect time for phishing scams, hacking and malware since emails fly furiously during this time.  Data that is placed in the accounting firm's care is the...

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Spring Forward - Don't Forget to Change the Clocks

Daylight Savings Time is this Sunday.  Don't forget to turn your clocks an hour ahead.  Looks like we lose a precious hour of sleep.  

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Today is Employee Appreciation Day

Today is National Employee Appreciation Day -- Take the time to thank your employees for their hard work and loyalty to your company.  Without them -- where would your business be.

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New Cars & Car Safety

Looking for a new car, then consider these car safety features: Lane Keep Assist - Detects lane departure and steers vehicle back into the correct lane. Electronic Stability Control - Slows individual wheels during a turn to keep car on course....

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Password Management

To help prevent hacks and increase your level of security, we encourage you to practice good password management. Experts recommend you use a strong mix of characters, and don’t use the same password for multiple sites. Don’t share your password...

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Valentine's Day - Gifting & Insurance

If you are either giving or receiving jewelry, we want you to protect this keepsake with proper coverage either by adding it to your homeowners or your personal floater. Give us a call at the agency to see what is the best way to handle adding your...

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National Heart Month - February Focuses on Our Heart

As a reminder during this month, here are warning signs of a heart attack, stroke or cardiac arrest: FAST to recognize a stroke: Face Drooping Does one side of the face droop or is it numb? Ask the person to smile. Arm Weakness Is...

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What To Do During a Cold Spell

To protect your business from the effects of cold weather, here are some things to keep in mind: Monitor temperatures every few hours in vulnerable areas.  Add low temperature alarms that are connect to a constantly monitored...

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January is National Thank You Month

We want to take a moment to thank our clients for the trust you place in us to handle your insurance needs.  We know that you have a choice when working with an insurance agent, and we work every day to continue to earn your trust.

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Heating Safety

As the mercury falls, you may use portable heating sources to warm your home. Heating equipment is a leading cause of home fire deaths in the U.S. There are steps you can take to prevent this tragedy. Space heaters cause one-...

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Emergency Contact Card

To start the new year off right, we suggest that you complete an Emergency Contact Card and display it in a prominent place in your home and office.  Should you need professional services, this card has all your resources in one place.  If...

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Gifts & Your Insurance

All the wrapping paper is cleaned up and we finally have an idea of all the items that need to be added to our insurance policies.  If you received electronics, computers, phones, jewelry or high value ticket items, now is the time to make sure...

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Winter Sports

Winter is here and we are off to the slopes to take advantage of the snow.  But to prevent injuries during your favorite winter activities, here are some tips: Never participate alone in a winter sport. Warm up thoroughly before...

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Emergency Car Kit

You don't want to be stranded on a road,without an emergency car kit.  Here are some things that you will want to put in your trunk: Cat Litter, Jumper Cables, Water, Power Bars, Blanket, Flares, First Aid Kit, Flash Light and Batteries,...

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Small Business Saturday - November 26th

Support our location businesses this weekend with Small Business Saturday.  Stop by your local hardware store, bakery, cleaner, grocery, main street stores.  They keep our local economy going.  Please support them this weekend.

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Computer Security Day

Computer Security Day - observed on the last day of November encourages us to be diligent in keeping our computers secure.  Make sure you:  install antivirus software software on your computer is up to date strong passwords passwords...

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Sonya Edwards featured in Insurance Business Article

Sonya Edwards, Operations Manager for Bryan Insurance, was featured in a recent article in Insurance Business. To read the entire article, click here. 

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Long Term Care Awareness Month

Did you know that an estimated 12.8 million Americans of all ages need assistance from others to carry out everyday activities?  Approximately 40% are working-age adults 18 6o 64 and 57% are persons aged 65 and older. How do you plan for your...

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Daylight Savings Ends

Get ready to change the clocks.  Sunday, November 6th, is when you turn back the clock by an hour -- so we gain a precious hour of sleep-- enjoy!

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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is a great time for children and parents alike.  But, it is important to be safe.  Before shopping for that last minute costume this weekend, take a look at these safety tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics.  Pick...

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Identity Theft - It Can Happen To You!

Did you know one in four people have experienced identity theft? And that once every two seconds someone is a victor of identity theft? Thieves take over and open new accounts, file fake tax returns, rent or buy properties, just to name a few. Now...

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States (other than skin cancer). But millions of women are surviving the disease thanks in part to early detection and improvements in treatment.  So take the time to schedule a...

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Fall Road Tips

Here are some fall road tips to avoid an accident: Wildlife is most active at dusk and dawn, according to the Colorado Parks Department, and the limited light during these times makes it more difficult for drivers to see animals in the road. Plan...

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Bryan Cares - Lee McLeroy Helped with Cancer Awareness Rally

  Lee McLeroy, used her Bryan Care Day to volunteer at her daughter's Cancer Awareness Rally at Lubbock Cooper Middle School.  Lee, a cancer survivor, participated with her daughter, Hoper, and donated to www.choosehope.com in their name...

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Bryan Cares - Ashley Hodges

    Ashley Hodges used her Bryan Care's day to volunteer in our schools to perform eye screenings for the Lion's Club of Graham.  At Pioneer, screens were performed for all students in pre-k and kindergarten. This tool is very...

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September is Life Insurance Awareness Month

During the month of September, consider adding life insurance to your insurance portfolio.  There are key life stages of events that trigger the need for life insurance: Married or Getting Married Parent or About to Become a Parent A Homeowner...

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Happy Labor Day!

Have a wonderful and safe Labor Day weekend!  To celebrate with our families, our office will be closed on Monday, September 5th.

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Students Leaving for College

Your children are off to college and before he or she leaves, give us a call at the agency to make sure they are properly insured. Change Your Auto Policy - if your child is more than 100 miles from home, and they are not taking a car to school, you...

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Children Going Back to School

As children are going back to school, please be careful as you drive in the early mornings and afternoons as school buses are out and about.  Let our children have a safe and happy school year.

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Extreme Heat and Your Employees

With the temperatures soaring, heat can lead to heat stroke and even death. OSHA recommends: To prevent heat-related illness and fatalities on the job: Drink water every 15 minutes, even if you are not thirsty. Rest in the shade to cool down. Wear...

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Take a Look at Our Agency Profile

The Bryan Insurance Agency was featured in the Big I magazine.  The article "Agency Profile: Taking the Heat" which was written when the agency experience a power outage, thus the title to the article.  To read the whole article, click...

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Summer and Teen Drivers

Starting with Memorial Day and for the next 100 days, ten people die every day during the summer involving a teen driver. You might be surprised to learn that the number one distraction for teen is talking or attending to other passengers followed...

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Independent Insurance Agents of Texas Name Ann Ratcliff CSR of the Year

Ann Ratcliff. our personal lines account managear, has been named Customer Servicce Representative of the Year at IIAT's 119th Annual Conference.  Ann has been with Bryan insurance for almost thirty years.  "Ann is highly decidated and...

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Everybody In the Pool -- Wait Are You Ready?

Warm weather has us itching to get outdoors.   And opening a homeowner's swimming pool is high on the Honey Do List.But, before you say "Everyone In the Pool", here are some tips to keep you, your family, and your visitors safe and protected....

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Memorial Day Coming - Grill Safety Tips

As we prepare ourselves for our holiday cook out, here are a few safety tips as you fire up the grill. Grills would be placed well away from the home, deck railings and out from under the eaves and overhanging branches. Keep children and pets at...

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Bryan Cares - Ashley Hodges

Ashley Hodges used her Bryan Cares day to serve on the Lions Club's Scholarship Committee which chooses a local high school student to receive an academic scholarship.  The committee reviews applications, evaluates to see if they fit with the...

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Bryan Cares -- Shirley Jeffreys

Shirley Jeffreys is an avid horseback rider and she used her Bryan Cares day to work with the H.E.R.O. Program at Henrick Health System to use the movement of the horse as a means to create more normal movements in children and adults with...

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Implement a Fall & Prevention Plan

Each year, over 150 workers are killed and more than 100,000 are injured as a result of falls at construction sites. Employers need to know how to: Select fall protection systems appropriate for given situations Install safety systems properly...

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Bryan Cares - Melissa Matlock

Melissa Matlock works as a remote employee for Bryan and is active in the community of Pearsall.  She took her "Bryan Cares" day to volunteer in her local Food Bank.    

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Bryan Cares -- Lanette Mills

Bryan Cares is a program that allows employees to take one day (8 hours) per quarter to volunteer for a charitable cause.  Lanette had her hair cut to donate to Locks of Love.  See the before and after photos.  Great job, Lanette.

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Valentine Gifting

Valentine’s Day is a special day – a day when flowers, candy, and jewelry are freely given to celebrate “love”.  If you are either giving or receiving jewelry, we want you to protect this keepsake with proper coverage either by adding it to...

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Certified Insurance Counselors Honor Shirley Jeffreys

A leading insurance professional organization recently recognized Shirley Jeffreys, CIC, ACSR, of Bryan Insurance Agency, Graham, TX, for dedication and ongoing leadership in the insurance industry.The Society of Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC...

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October is Cyber Security Awareness Month

The Department of Homeland Security is sponsoring Cyber Security Awareness Month.  All during the month of October, we will post tips on our social media pages to assist you in protecting your businesses.According to a recent cyber survey...

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Bryan Insurance Agency Included in IIABA'S Best Practices Study

Bryan Insurance has completed its three year study cycle with IIABA and Reagan Consulting to retain its "Best Practices Agency" status.  This extensive review includes financial and operational data.  To read the entire press releease,...

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Do You Think Life Insurance is Too Expensive?

September is Life Insurance Awareness Month You might be surprised to find out that for as little as 40 cents/day or $13/month you can purchase a $250,000 term policy for a 30-year old. During Life Insurance Awareness Month, we want to...

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Bryan Cares - Meals-On-Wheels and Remembering Wyatt Dale

  Ashley Gibson and Charlotte Buckmaster spent the day at two different events.  The first was to pack and deliver meals to those that can't get out.  The second part of their day was assisting in preparing  for "Remembering...

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Bryan Cares - Texas Lion's Camp

  Sonya Edwards and Ann Ratcliff went to Kerrville to volunteer at the Texas Lion's Camp which is dedicated to providing children with physical disabilities, type 1 diabetes and cancer with a residential camping experience. For nine weeks...

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Sonya Edwards -- IIAT's CSR of the Year Award Winner

The Annual CSR of the Year Award is given in Texas to the CSR that exemplifies outsanding leadership and service to the independent agency system and to the public.  Sonya as a commercial lines account manager and team leader in our personal...

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Sonya Edwards Celebrates 30 Years with Bryan Insurance

Bryan Insurance doesn’t have a lot of employee turnover.  Just ask Sonya Edwards.  She’s celebrating her 30th year of service with the local agency.  “We live in an age where people just don’t stay at one job that long any more, but...

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Water Safety

May is Water Safety Month and with the holiday coming up you are probably off to the beach, lake, or pool.  Be safe and here are some tips to consider: Never take your eyes off children when they are around water Keep a cellphone close in case...

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Combined Agents of America Ranked #1 as Texas Mutual's Largest Alliance

Bryan Insurance Agency, as a contributing member of CAA, achieved the #1 Texas Mutual's Largest Agency Alliance. Combined Agents of America wrote $6 million in written premium, generating more than $60 million in 2014. To read the entire press...

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America’s PrepareAthon! – April 30, 2015

Join over 5 million citizens across the United States to prepare you, your family, your business, and your community for disasters. Through FEMA and the Ready.Gov website, you can log here to participate.  From knowing hazards, to...

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Valentine Gifts - Make Sure They Are Properly Insured

If you gave valuable items during the holidays or are planning on doing so for Valentine's Day, make sure these keepsakes are adequately protected.  You can either add this to your existing policy or purchase a new one. Give us a call for more...

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Bryan Cares -- Operation Christmas Child

Melissa Matlock decided to use her Bryan Care volunteer tine to benefit the Operation Christmas Child program.  Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes through Samaritans Purse, packes a shoe box full of hygiene items, school supplies toys,...

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Bryan Insurance Client Featured by Texas Mutual

Pieter Bergstein, a valued client of Bryan Insurance, was featured by Texas Mutual on their website regarding Standard Energy's Safety Program.  To read the entire article and discover how safety is mission critical to Pieter and his company,...

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Sonya Edward Named Outstanding CSR of the Year in Texas For The Second Year

All of us at Bryan Insurance celebrate with Sonya Edward for again being recognized as the Outstanding CSR of the Year for Texas.  The Outstanding CSR of the Year ® Award is one of the greatest professional honors a customer service...

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Bryan Cares - Fall Fest 2014

Joe Schweighofer volunteered at Open Door Christian School to help clean up after the Fall Fest 2014 fundrasier. Fall Fest is akk akk day's event featuring rides, Cage Dodge Ball, a 5K and 1K Runs, and night activities.  This yearly event helps...

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Bryan Insurance Agency Included in IIABA's Best Practices Study

Bryan Insurance Agency has retained its status as part of an elite group of independent insurance agencies around the United States participating in the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”) “Best Practices”...

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Tommy Dies, CFO, of Bryan Insurance Appointed Treasurer of Applied Client Network

At a board meeting of the Applied Client Network Annual Meeting, the new officers wre announced for 2015.  Our Tommy Dies has been elected Treasurer.  Congratulations to Tommy.  Good job! To read the entire press release, click here.

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Bryan Cares - Annual Teacher Appreciation Breakfast

Each year, before school, the Graham Rotary Club and our Chamber of Commerce have a breakfast for all the teachers in Graham to kick off the upcoming new school year, and let them know how much they are appreciated.  The teachers are treated to...

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Bryan Cares -- Our Daily Bread

Our Daily Bread is a summer weekday program that provides lunch for children, youth, and adults who might not otherwise have a hot nutritious noon meal.  In addition to lunch, a sack supper of sandwiches and snacks are provided to take home...

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Tommy Dies Elected Treasurer of Applied Systems Client Network

Tommy Dies, Chief Financial Officer at Bryan Insurance, has been elected Treasurer of Applied Systes Client Network (ASCNet) at the association's mid-year board meeting.  To read more, click here.

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For the second year, Sonya Edwards is the Texas Winner of the Outstanding Customer Service Representatives of the Year

Sonya Edwards has been selected as the Outstanding Customer Service Representative for the second year by The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research.  Sonya will now compete for the National Outstanding CSC of the Year.  ...

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Listen to the latest Rick in the Morning

Joe Schweighofer from Bryan Insurance is featured speaking about reviewing your auto coverage to make sure you have coverage for hail damage. To hear the entire show, click here.

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Bryan Cares Features Melissa Matlock

Melissa spends her time helping a neighboring church youth group do volunteer community work around town. Melissa along with another volunteer walked around town painting street sign poles white.  Melissa is on the left)    

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Did you Know – March 16th to 22nd is National Flood Awareness Week?

There has been a lot of information in the media about changes to the National Flood Insurance program.  Remember that standard homeowners insurance policies do not cover damage from flooding.  Mortgage companies require flood insurance...

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OSHA 300A “Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses” must be posted by February 1, 2014 in order to be in compliance.

The Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses” must be posted by February 1 and kept up until April 30, 2014.  This notice must be posted in a conspicuous space. Before posting company officials must verify that they have completed and...

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Car Emergency Kit

In these cold temperatures, you never know when you may be stranded in your car.  To prepare for this type of emergency, we suggest putting together an emergency kit.  Here are the items that you should have: Blanket Shovel Flashlight...

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Preventing and Thawing Frozen Pipes

With the severe winter temperatures, here are some tips to prevent and thaw frozen pipes.  Preventing: Disconnect and drain outside hoses. If there is an inside shut off to your hose bibs shut it off, but keep the outside valve open so that...

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Bryan Cares Program Featuring Denise Kunkel

Bryan Insurance employee, Denise Kunkel, used her ”Bryan Cares” day this quarter to volunteer for Open Door Christian School’s Fall Fest.  The private school puts on an annual Fall Festival and ‘Pumpkin Run’ to raise money for scholarships and...

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Bryan Cares Program Featuring Shirley Jeffreys

Bryan Insurance Agency employee Shirley Jeffreys recently used one of her “Bryan Cares” days to volunteer for her church’s Agape Ministry. Part of the ministry involves cooking, which Shirley loves to do.  This day they were cooking for a city...

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CAA Ranks #4 in the Nation as Top Insurance Aggregator Group

Combined Agents of America, LLC (CAA) earned its new national ranking as 4th in the Top 20 Agency Networks/ Aggregator Groups – an important and growing industry sub-sector in the independent agency system today. CAA earned this prestigious...

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BRYAN INSURANCE AGENCY – LOCAL AGENCY INCLUDED IN IIABA’S BEST PRACTICES STUDY

BRYAN INSURANCE AGENCY is part of an elite group of independent insurance agencies around the United States participating in the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”) “Best Practices” Study Group. Each year...

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August 14th Edition of Rick in the Morning

Joe talks about driving in the rain and also leading roofs and what to do. To listen to the broadcast, click below.

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August 7 the Rick in the Morning

Joe talks about the importance of keeping your foundation watered during the extreme heat we are experiencing. To hear how to do it, listen to the audio.

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July 17th Rick in the Morning

Joe talks about the importance of taking a home inventory.

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July 10th Rick in the Morning Session

Joe speaks about fire safety in this week's edition of the Rick in the Morning radio program.

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Denny Bryan Appointed Treasurer of Combined Agents of America, Inc.

At it's annual board meeting in Dallas, the Combined Agents of America, Inc. (CAA) elected its 2013-14 board members. Denny Bryan was elected Treasurer. To read about the new executives, click here.

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June 12th edition of Rick in the Morning deals with Wedding Insurance

June is the most popular month for a wedding. Listen in to Joe Schweighofer's advise on wedding insurance.

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Bryan Cares Program Featuring Melissa Matlock

Bryan Cares Program allows employees to volunteer at their favorite charity or non-profit organization. This month, Melissa Matlock shares here experience while working at the Feed The Kids Program. Run through the Robert Lee Baptist Church, has...

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Sonya Edwards is the Texas Winner of the Outstanding Customer Service Representatives of the Year

The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research has announced the winners of this year's National Outstanding Customer Service Representative (CSR) of the Year. Our own, Sonya Edwards, is the winner for the state of Texas....

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Brush Fire Season is Upon Us Again

With the recent bad brush fire seasons, it is more important than ever to create a landscape around your home that is less vulnerable to fire. This is most important for homes surrounded by vegetation or in remote areas. Here are a few tips to help...

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May 15th edition of the Rick in the Morning Radio Program

Click here to listen to the latest edition of Rick in the Morning with our own Joe Schweighofer.

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May 8th edition of Rick in the Morning

Listen to the latest recording of the Rick in the Morning radio program featuring Joe Schweighofer.

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May 1st edition of Rick in the Morning

Click to hear the latest insurance topics discussed on Rick in the Morning.

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Wednesday's Edition of the Insurance Tips on Rick in the Morning

Joe Schweighofer spoke with Rick in the Morning as he does every Wednesday. Click here to listen to this week's edition.

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Denise Kunkel - uses Bryan Cares Program to assist with a Missionary Program

Denise Kunkel took advantage of the “Bryan Cares” paid time off program to assist with a missionary program at her church, Oak St. Baptist in Graham.  Missionaries from all over the world, as well as US locations came together for a wonderful...

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Latest Insurance Tips from Wednesday's Rick in the Morning Radio Program

To listen to the latest Rick in the Morning Radio Program featuring Joe Schweighofer from Bryan Insurance talking about boat safety, wind and hail and much more. Click here to hear this week's show.

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Bryan Insurance Recognized for its Volunteer Efforts by CAA

Combined Agents of America recognized three of its member agencies and their volunteer programs in honor of 2013 National Volunteer Week. Bryan Insurance encouraged employees thru "Bryan Cares". The program allows employees to give up to one paid...

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Joe Schweighofer featured on Rick in the Morning

Joe Schweighofer is featured on Rick in the Morning every Wednesday to discuss insurance and the latest that is happening in the industry. To listen to the first broadcast, click here.

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Bryan Cares - Community Involvement Program Announced

Bryan insurance is pleased to announce the “Bryan Cares” program.  The agency has always been involved in community programs; however the “Bryan Cares” program is a more formal way for agency personnel to be involved areas of need in the...

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Bryan Insurance CFO Elected to Industry Board

Tommy Dies, the CFO of Bryan Insurance agency was recently elected to the board of Applied Systems Client Network (ASCnet).  ASCnet is an international organization comprised of users of Applied System’s agency management system products....

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Combined Agents of America Ranks #20 As Commercial Lines Leader

Insurance Journal has named Combined Agents of America a national ranking of 20th in the top 50 commercial lines leading agencies. Bryan Insurance is a participating member of CAA and our production went into the calculations for this award. To...

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Bryan Insurance Agency Named America's Best Independent Insurance Agency to Work for in 2012!

Bryan Insurance has again received the honor of being best insurance agency to work for in the South Central region by Insurance Journal.  We are very proud to be recognized and extremely honored for this Best Overall achievement.  Our...

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Tommy Dies Participates at Joe Vincent Management Seminar

Tommy Dies, Chief Financial Officer, and Denny Bryan, owner, of Bryan Insurance Agency, Graham, TX recently attended the Independent Insurance Agents of Texas 48th Annual Joe Vincent Management Seminar in Austin, TX.  Joe Vincent is the leading...

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Bryan Insurance Recognized as "Best Place to Work"

Insurance Journal recognizes Bryan Insurance as a 2010 recipient of this prestigious honor In the September 20th edition of  Insurance Journal,  Bryan Insurance was recognized as being one of the 10 best agencies to work for.  The...

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