Insurance group now offers a “green” policy
The Farmers Insurance Group now offers an eco-friendly product for Ohioans wishing to “go green”.
The product, called Eco-Rebuild is a supplement to homeowners’ insurance that provides $25,000 for extra costs incurred to rebuild or replace with “green” materials, according to a company news release.
The policy will also cover the cost of upgrading damaged property to meet new Energy Star requirements if the home is already an Energy Star Qualified Home. It also pays for recycling debris rather that disposal.
For more information, contact local agents David Hartley in Oregon or Rick Reichow in Perrysburg.
At the clubs
The Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce is seeking entries for its Scarecrow contest to be held in conjunction with its annual steak roast Wednesday, September 16, 6:00 pm at Oak Shade Grove in Oregon. Call 419-693-5580.
The Ottawa County Improvement Corporation on August 20 will host its 15th annual Experience Ottawa County. The event is billed as the premier marketing tool and showcases the quality of life available to those who relocate or expand a business in the county, according to a news release.
Jamie Beier Grant, director, is asking businesses in the county to submit leads of their customers or suppliers who may want to relocate or expand in the county or help sponsor the event. Call 1-866-734-6789 for more information.
Joy Minarcin, Northwood, and Mary Brucker-Horman, Oregon, have joined Tastefully Simple as direct sales representatives.