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NJ Independent Agents Support Their Local Community

Last updated on May 16th, 2017 at 02:42 pm

Plymouth Rock is proud to partner with our New Jersey independent agents to bring NJ drivers exceptional auto insurance coverage and service. Every day our independent agents help their clients make difficult insurance decisions by offering them the right coverage and protection.

Furthermore, as local business owners, NJ independent agents support local communities, take the time to understand the local needs and find ways to help. Plymouth Rock is pleased to recognize some of our independent agent partners for their outstanding community service efforts.

To help stock the Lacey Food Bank shelves with food during the quiet summer months, Hauswirth & Sons Insurance Consultants of Forked River, NJ partnered with the food bank to raise awareness for the cause. By offering donors a chance to win two tickets to see the Beach Boys at the PNC Bank Arts Center, they were able to raise more than a half ton of food staples and more than $1,200 in cash donations!

Our friend Robyn Coe of Coe Inc. Insurance agency does her part to tackle local hunger. Every two weeks Robyn Coe can be found volunteering at the food pantry of her church, River of Life, in Phillipsburg, NJ, where she helps to serve approximately 75 local residents that are in distress. Robyn continues with her goodwill on Thanksgiving Day, by volunteering at the church’s sit-down dinner to help serve more than 150 guests.

In an effort to support our troops, the Suydam Insurance Agency  of Somerset, NJ, hosted a Flag Day celebration to raise awareness for Operation Jersey Cares (OJC).  Since 2007, OJC a non-profit with more than 50 volunteers has mailed more than 300,000 pounds of care packages to our troops overseas. On June 13, 2012 the Suydam Insurance Agency, Franklin Chamber of Commerce and OJC hosted the Flag Day celebration, which raised more than $3,000 and 1,500 pounds of products for care packages.  Monetary donations help cover postage, which is OJC’s largest expense. Well Done!

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