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December 10th, 2018 by Bruner Insurance Agency

Choosing, Transporting and Caring for a Live Christmas Tree

There’s something about the experience of cutting down your family’s own Christmas tree that starts the holiday season. But did you know there’s a lot to know about live trees? From choosing one, to transporting it home and keeping it fresh through the holiday season, there’s something we can all learn. That’s why we’ve called in an expert. Richard Palmer, the third-generation owner of Palmer... Read Article

10 Tips to Host a Holiday Party (Without Stressing Out)

Whether you’re planning a fancy multi-course meal or just a small get-together with friends, it takes time and effort to throw a party. Take a deep breath: You’ve got this! No task is too small… and no guest list is too large. Whatever the size of your shindig, here are 10 tips to help with your holiday gathering. (Want more must-read advice? Don’t miss our... Read Article

What You Need to Know About Snow Tires

Before the first snow falls, you’ll want to freshen up your car emergency kit, check the antifreeze and throw in that bag of kitty litter in case you need a little extra traction. And speaking of traction: How are your tires? If you think your tires aren’t up to the job of winter driving, it’s time to swap them for a set of snow tires.... Read Article

11 Tips for Setting Up a Home-Based Business Office

Home-based businesses are on the rise. According to research done by IncFile, a small business start-up firm based out of Houston, Texas, it’s estimated that there are 38 million home-based businesses that generate $427 billion a year in the United States. Of those businesses, 20 percent of them bring in $100-500k per year. Big or small, home-based businesses all share one common challenge: Setting up... Read Article

Three Questions About Business Interruption Coverage

When you think about purchasing a business policy, you think about the protection it provides for a fire, windstorm or burglary. Insurance that covers the cost to repair a damaged storefront is one thing – but what about the other implications of closing your doors? Could your business financially weather the storm without that income from regular customers while you rebuild? This is why business... Read Article