Jon: "Merry Christmas from your insurance company". They always remember. "P.S. And don't wear a necktie near the blender".
Garfield: They remembered that, too.
December 07, 2018
June 19, 2018
They like to keep in touch just in case there’s and accident.
Has anyone actually gotten a Xmas card from their
I get Christmas and birthday cards from my insurance company.
I’ve gotten Christmas Cards in the mail from them in the past. Now it’s done on the internet and they still send them!
Maybe they’re just checking to see if you’re still alive.
I guess they mean well but I always hate getting cards from people like that. You always want it to be from someone you care about.
The day after Christmas I usually get my letter telling me of the rate increase.
We get not only Christmas and birthday cards, but, we also get a card on Thanksgiving.
I get a card from my agent every year.
I normally get cards from my telephone company, or from my former telephone company (depends). AT&T recently sent out a very cool one.
we get a christmas card and a calendar from the insurance agency!
We get Christmas cards and address labels from our insurance agent. We have all of our insurance with the one agent. Also, we are invited to their yearly office open house. No, all you sceptics, I’ve never considered the fact that I may be paying for the party, even in this message! The thought has never crossed my mind! No, really! I mean it!
I never get the Xmas card from Triple A insurance for years. Not even getting the Xmas cards from those businesses for years except the eyes doctor office for Xmas and Birthday cards. sighhhhh! Same old thing all the time. Whoopsie!
By the way, Jon, you are very lucky. You should not wear the long tie; otherwise, the blender will shed your body with your long tie.
Somehow the paperboy always leaves a card
Wouldn’t they want the excuse to jack their rates up?
hahahaha funny :D
One time you get your tie caught in the blender while making smoothies and they never let you forget it.
Insurance brokers memories like elephants.
when insurance workers actually remember something
At least it’s not entirely a form letter…….