Protect your service business from errors and omissions

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Services errors and omissions coverage is an important part of your insurance portfolio if you’re in the hospitality business. From small conferences and banquets to elaborate weddings, event hosting is big business. Most hotels, golf and country clubs, banquet centers and restaurants with meeting spaces and ballrooms host events on a weekly, and often daily, basis. Events can be significant revenue drivers for your business.


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Special events: Know why, what, where and who

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From luncheons to extreme sporting events – and everything in between – special events can be excellent ways for nonprofit organizations to raise money and increase visibility. While the extra revenue may be welcome, consider any additional risks. Are the risks being assumed worth the benefits gained?


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When planning a spring event, prepare for the unexpected

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Organizing any event  ̶  whether a festival for thousands or a garden walk for a hundred  ̶  takes many hours of planning and preparation. However, unexpected situations can arise with even the most meticulously planned events. To help ease the worries of injury, property damage or other unforeseen exposures, speak to your local independent insurance agent about whether you have adequate insurance coverage for your event, large or small. For some situations, you will want to seek advice about your homeowner or personal umbrella coverage. For larger events sponsored by[…..]


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