5 Businesses That Benefit From Income Stabilization Insurance

Amusement Park

Plain and simple, the weather can spoil business. From golf courses, festivals, speedways, and snow removal companies to restaurants and storefronts that rely on foot traffic, adverse weather can cause customers to stay home. For businesses that depend on certain weather conditions during peak seasons to drive sales, that means loss of revenue. While you can’t rely on the weather, … Read More

In The Green: How to Host a Successful Golf Tournament

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Golf tournaments are the perfect summertime event–they’re easy to plan, simple to modify for all ages and levels of participation, and are run by volunteers. Plus, golf is the ideal social distancing sport. Golf tournaments have immense potential for raising money and awareness to a cause or organization, which is why more than 300,000 non-profit and sponsored golf events are … Read More

Car Dealership Hail Insurance: 5 Reasons Why Dealers Need Coverage

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If April showers bring May flowers, June brings hail. The highest hail numbers on a national scale occur in June as warmth and humidity build across the United States. For auto dealerships, hail means significant risks, like vehicle damage costing hundreds of thousands, potentially millions of dollars. On top of that, hail can bring delayed selling timelines and unexpected expenses … Read More

Long-Term Weather Insurance: Seasonal Coverage for Your Business

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The weather can affect more than just outdoor events. When used properly, weather insurance can be a budget stabilization tool for companies that need to protect their investments all season long. More specifically, seasonal weather insurance is a long-term solution for businesses that either operate only seasonally or rely on a specific time of the year for the bulk of … Read More

Event Weather Plan: Budgeting for the Weather During Your Outdoor Event

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A lot goes into planning an event. If you’re an outdoor event planner, you know the success of your hard work relies heavily on ideal weather conditions. Weather plays a large part in both the budget and the time it takes to plan an outdoor event. Coordinating the moving parts to ensure a successful event leaves little room for added … Read More