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Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) June 01, 2012
A local Utah insurance company announced today that they are moving locations. CEO, Reed Brasher of Brasher Insurance Group, established his insurance company in 2011 and didn’t know what to expect. Today he finds himself packing boxes and moving chairs to a new office in Salt Lake City to meet the demands of his growing insurance company.
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Most start up insurance companies fail within the first year, so what was the secret that made the difference? He said, “honesty and hard work. People just want to know we care about them and that they are getting the best rates.” Brasher Insurance Group is an independent insurance company who specialize in a broad range of insurance plans.
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Plans include homeowners insurance, life insurance, auto insurance and health insurance. They also handle a variety of both short term and long term investment and retirement plans. Reed says, “we’ve positioned ourselves in a way where we can offer our clients pretty much anything they want. We’re not stuck to just one company, which is why so many like us because we can “shop” for the best prices and best plans to fit their needs.”
Reed told us he has already expanded his business to the St. George area and plans to keep expanding as far north as Brigham City and as far East as Vernal. Although he covers the entire state of Utah, he wants to have agents in every city to represent Brasher Insurance. “There is just something about having someone local to talk to. It shows that we care about our friends. This is a people business and it’s nice to rub shoulders with your insurance agent once in a while.”
Visit Brasher Insurance Group for more information on Utah car insurance, homeowners insurance, life insurance, health insurance and investment options.
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