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Westbrook, CT (PRWEB) November 29, 2012
Last week Maritime Program Group (MPG) President, Chris Pesce, toured the Recreational Marine Communities hit the hardest from Super Storm Sandy. "I hope this is a trip that only occurs once in a lifetime, but I felt compelled to visit our hardest hit insureds, offer whatever assistance I could and document the incredible destruction. In every catastrophic event I believe there's lessons to be learned, which I hope to share with or brokers and colleges in our industry."
Touring from Tom's River, NJ up through Sandy Hook, NJ, Pesce documents the trip with incredible photos of many marine facilities and homes that have been devastated by Sandy and posts them all to MPG's website to share with their brokers. Also included on the site are photos from the south shore of Long Island, NY, where communities such as Freeport and Lindenhurst suffered from tremendous tidal surge. Superstorm Sandy has been documented as the most devastating event to ever affect the marina and boat insurance industry. To view MPG’s slideshow, click here.
Maritime Program Group (MPG) is a Program Administrator providing a full range of marine insurance products and underwriting services to its broker network throughout the Unites States. MPG specializes in protecting all types of marine-related assets across every category of marine risks Recreational Marine Insurance, Inland Marine Insurance, and Ocean Marine Insurance. Through its Private Client Services the company serves the individual insurance needs of high net worth clients. MPGs nearly 60 employees are strategically located in offices nationwide, with primary offices in Westbrook, CT and Manchester, NH. For more information about Maritime Program Group visit http://www.maritimepg.com.
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