With Kevin Panter Insurance
“Due to the economy in 2009, I went from an office position taking calls for new business, to becoming an independent Producer (insurance) outside, looking for new business”. What better place to find the type of clients I wanted than the Pickens County Chamber of Commerce membership. Chamber members are interested in their community and care about their community. Networking with the membership, getting to know them & them to know me – has been the cornerstone of my success. There are so many opportunities to promote yourself and serve your community at the same time.”
Beth Coberly has been an Independent Producer with Kevin Panter Insurance since April 2010. At a time when other agencies were downsizing, Kevin was looking for a Producer with Commercial experience. As a woman, in a predominately male field, Beth was given the opportunity to expand her client base by representing Jasper & Pickens County.
At KPI, good customer service and competitive pricing, is the norm, BUT educating our clients on their exposures and what coverage is needed is Primary! As an Independent Agency, we represent over a dozen standard companies and numerous specialty markets. We can find the coverage you need at a price you can afford! We are not cookie cutters representing only one company where one size fits all.
We have agents specializing in not only Commercial insurance but Homeowners, Personal Auto & Umbrella, Health & Life Insurance. Kevin, also a Certified Insurance Counselor, values education and has weekly classes to make certain all agents are current with the many changes in our industry
To help you protect both your business and your personal assets, please give Beth a call at 770-893-3476 for your free review. Knowing your exposures is vital in today’s world.
E. Beth Coberly, CIC
Kevin Panter Insurance
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