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A NorthDakota insurance company keeps you protected in the Minot area, whatever your needs may be.

Agent Bruce McClean of HeritageInsurance Servicesknows a thing or two about keeping his clients well protected.

Whether its life, business, auto,flood or farm insurance, they've got you covered.

"We've got products that areavailable to the consumer that help minimize the risk of losing some thoseitems," says McClean.

McClean gets to know his clients ona one on one basis.

"For us as insuranceprofessionals, it's good for us to get out and make sure we have all theinformation we need. The types of equipment, the types of buildings, all of thosefactors play into how much it's going to cost them for an insurancepolicy," says McClean. It's in our best interest. It's in the clients' best interestwhere we meet them either at their place of business or their home, wherever wecan get the most information to make sure that they have the best packageavailable."

Because at the end of the day, "Everybody's different.Your risk and my risk all have different thresholds of pain. What can we affordto cover on our own and what do we want the company to cover, "saysMcClean.

Heritage Insurance Services is locatedat 2825 S. Broadway in Suite #1.They're open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m to 5 p.m.

The North Dakota ownedcompany has been in business since the early '80s. Aside from their Minot location, they have other offices throughout thestate including Jamestown, Bismarckand Valley City.

 

 

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