MiniCo Insurance Agents Compete for 2015 Inside Self-Storage World Expo Excursion

MiniCo Insurance Agency LLC, a provider of insurance products for the self-storage industry, has launched its annual contest in which agents compete for a free trip to the 2015 Inside Self-Storage World Expo (ISS Expo), April 7-9, at the Paris Hotel & Resort in Las Vegas. This is the 12th consecutive year the company has offered the competition.

MiniCo Insurance Agency LLC, a provider of insurance products for the self-storage industry, has launched its annual contest in which agents compete for a free trip to the 2015 Inside Self-Storage World Expo (ISS Expo), April 7-9, at the Paris Hotel & Resort in Las Vegas. This is the 12th consecutive year the company has offered the competition.

Participants will receive one sweepstakes entry for every full insurance application for a self-storage risk submitted via MiniCo’s online agent portal between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31. The latest eligible account-effective date for the requested coverage quotation is March 31, 2015. One prize will be awarded by random drawing on Jan. 7. It includes travel and hotel accommodations for two, $300 in cash, and two passes to the ISS Expo. Official contest rules and regulations are available at www.minico.com/win.

“This is an excellent 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, CEO and president. “The winning agent will have an opportunity to meet top operators from all over the nation and learn more about the self-storage industry.”

Phoenix-based MiniCo offers two tenant-insurance programs and specialty property and casualty commercial insurance for self-storage operators in the United States and Canada. The company carries an A.M. Best rating of “A,” and also operates MiniCo Insurance Agency of Canada Inc.

 

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