Tag: John Bailey Co.

Life Insurance Policy Locator Service

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Life Insurance Policy Locator Service

Our blog title this week, Life Insurance Policy Locator Service, may catch you off guard. You might wonder why you or anyone could need this service. After all, you planned appropriately, you worked with your insurance agent, you found solutions, you purchased your life insurance policy, you paid your premiums timely by mail or by using an app, and you tucked your policy away in a safe place. But, did…

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Why Non-Profit Directors & Officers Liability Insurance Is A Must

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Non-Profit Directors & Officers Liability Insurance

It is not unusual for people of all ages to become involved with nonprofit organizations. It could be a local organization, regional, statewide or national non-profit. You might be surprised to learn that, according to the IRS, 29 different types of 501(c) non-profits. and it is important to understand that only five are absolutely able to accept tax deductible contributions. These include 501(c)1, 501(c)3, 501(c) 8, 501(c)10, and 501(c)13. To…

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Introducing Rose

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With thirty years of insurance background, we are excited to be welcoming Rose McKinney, formerly Rose Beets, to our team! Born and raised in Indiana, she moved to Knoxville, TN in 1988 and fell in love with the mountains. Rose is specialized in commercial insurance and we are proud to have her apart of our team handing commercial line insurance. Her experience varies from construction to municipalities. Outside of work, Rose takes pleasure in finding…

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The Dirty Guv’nahs on the Rise

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photo credit: Valerie Everett We wanted to throw a shout out to the Metro Pulse: Knoxville’s best band over the last 3 years and John Bailey Co. client The Dirty Guv’nahs. These guys are closest to the real deal that Knoxville has seen in a a long time. They’re gaining exposure in the national media and recording with rock n roll legends. Oh might as well mention that they’ve been…

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New Year’s Eve in Knoxville

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photo credit: nightthree On behalf of your insurance agents here at John Bailey Co., we want to wish everyone a Happy New Year’s. Be sure to check out First Night tonight downtown.

Meet Anne Bilbrey

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Next, fresh off her vacation to Niagra Falls, comes commercial insurance expert Anne Bilbrey. Anne definitely keeps the wheels turning here at the John Bailey Co. office. If you don’t believe so, she just might tell you herself. Her office efficiency is astounding as well as her expert knowledge in auto dealership, towing wrecker’s services, and garage liability insurance. Here at the office Anne was the primary advocate for JBC…

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Dieting Sweeps Through John Bailey Co. Office

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photo credit: ReneS There has been a domino dieting effect here at the JBC office. It began with just 1-2 of my co-workers starting for their new years resolution. It has now officially taken over. Here are a few examples: -Usually on someone’s birthday we will order in Chinese food. For the last JBC agent’s birthday, we got turkey sandwiches and fruit from Kroger. -Another is how we have Panera…

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Meet Craig Runger

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In order for you to get to know the John Bailey Co. team better, we will provide agent bios over the next few weeks. Starting off is one of our commercial lines representatives’ Craig Runger: Craig is the trucking insurance expert of JBC. You can also find him coaching AYSO soccer outside of the office. While in the office Craig also likes to heat up fried rice and egg rolls…

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Is Subway taking over your office?

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photo credit: sampitech This $5 foot long thing has over taken the John Bailey Co. fridge. I’m sure there is a wave of Subway footlongs taking over office refridgerators across the country, not just in Knoxville. I mean can you really beat that deal? You are basically paying $2.50 a meal (unless you eat the entire foot long for lunch which I’m sure a few of us have done). It’s…

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