MiniCo Insurance Runs Sweepstakes for Free Trip to Inside Self-Storage World Expo in Las Vegas
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|Posted on: 10/04/2011|
On Oct. 1, MiniCo Insurance Agency LLC opened a sweepstakes for independent insurance agents to win a trip to Las Vegas for the Inside Self-Storage World Expo, the self-storage industry’s largest annual event. For each full insurance application for a self-storage risk submitted via MiniCo’s online agent portal between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31, the applicant will receive one entry into the drawing.
This is the ninth year MiniCo has offered this drawing. The latest eligible account effective date for the requested coverage quotation is March 31, 2012. One prize will be awarded by random drawing on Jan. 5. The prize includes travel and hotel accommodations for two, $300 in cash, and two passes to attend the ISS Expo, March 14-16, 2012 at the Paris Hotel & Resort in Las Vegas.
“This is a great opportunity for agents to become familiar with our online agent portal, which significantly streamlines the submission process and makes it easier for agents to do business with MiniCo,” said Mike Schofield, president and CEO. “The winning agent will have an opportunity to meet top operators from all over the nation and learn more about the self-storage industry.”
Official rules and regulations for the contest are available at MinicoInsurance.com/win.
The ISS Expo is a comprehensive education and product/service event for self-storage owners, operators, managers, developers and investors. It comprises three days of seminars, networking events and vendor exhibits. Show details can be found at www.insideselfstorageworldexpo.com.
Phoenix-based MiniCo has provided self-storage insurance programs since 1974. The company carries an A.M. Best rating of “A.”
MiniCo is a member of the Aran Insurance Services Group of Rockville Centre, N.Y. Aran is a full-service general agency and underwriter that specializes in acquiring and developing insurance underwriting facilities for the property and casualty and accident and health markets.