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Madisonville Business on the Rise – Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance East Center Street Agency 

HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky.  (02/12/2015) – Are you adequately insured against life’s mishaps? That is a question we should ask ourselves often. In this week’s edition of Business on the Rise, we would like to introduce our readers to a gentleman who can help them answer this question, and provide the citizens of Hopkins County with this valuable product at affordable and competitive rates.

Meet Jarrett Brown, Manager of Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Center Street Agency, located in Madisonville, KY. Jarrett contracted as an agency manager in Hopkins County with Kentucky Farm Bureau in June of 2008. He was an agent for Warren County Farm Bureau for 11 years prior to opening his own agency on Center Street. He is a graduate of Western Kentucky University with a degree in Health Care and Business Administration. Jarrett lives in Hanson, KY with his wife, Dana, and twin sons, San and Shepherd.

Helping people is a passion for Mr. Brown, not only through his insurance business, but in many other ways as well. Professionalism and down home friendliness are the hallmarks of not only Jarrett’s character, but of his entire office staff as well. Mr. Brown was awarded two very prestigious awards from Kentucky Farm Bureau at the 2014 Sales Conference, Master Agent and Agency Manager of the Year.

Kentucky Farm Bureau is the #1 property and casualty insurer for people across the beautiful Commonwealth of Kentucky. Membership in Kentucky Farm Bureau has its benefits, and we’re not just talking about supporting Kentucky agriculture or getting a great deal on an insurance policy. Members enjoy discounts, deals, rewards and perks from the Farm Bureau’s participating retailers and partners. Call Jarrett and his team today or visit https://www.kyfb.com/hopkins/center to learn more about the many ways being a Kentucky Farm Bureau member can be a rewarding experience.

Kentucky Farm Bureau’s various line of insurance products include…

• Auto, Home, Farm
• Business
• Church
• Commercial
• Mobile Home
• Boat
• Renters
• Life*
• Annuities*
• Long Term Care*
• Health**

In addition, be sure to ask an agent about insurance for:
• Motorcycles
• Mobile Devices
• Jet Skis
• ATVs

Kentucky Farm Bureau has earned an “A Excellent” rating from A.M. Best, the most respected name in insurance rating services. Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance is also rated “A+ Excellence” by Weiss Ratings/TheStreet.com, the leading consumer advocate for the property and casualty insurance industry. Their mission is to provide fair, objective ratings to help professionals and consumers make educated insurance purchasing decisions.

*Life and Long Term Care Insurance provided by John Hancock.
**Health Insurance provided by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield.
***Flood insurance provided by the National Flood Insurance Program.

Kentucky Farm Bureau would like to offer the following safety tips to help reduce the chances incurring injury or loss.

Leave plenty of space between your vehicle and the one in front of you.
Be aware of your driving environment at all times.
Remember that cell phone conversations can be a dangerous distraction from driving safely. If you must make a call on the road, pull over in a safe place.
Be aware that the first few minutes of rain falling on dry pavement will bring oil to the surface and will result in slick driving conditions.
Whenever possible, plan your route ahead of time so that sudden stops and turns can be avoided.
If you skid, steer in the direction the rear of your car is sliding and tap the brake lightly.

If you are involved in an accident, stop and identify yourself. Call the police. Write down the name, address, phone number and insurance agency of the driver(s) of the other vehicle(s). Do not discuss the accident with anyone except the police and an authorized representative of your insurance company.

Notify your insurance company.

Chris Nelson
KenCo News