We have been proud to serve educators for more than 66 years, and we’re there to protect them through the good times and when there are a few bumps in the road.
SAN MATEO, Calif. (PRWEB)
January 04, 2018
California Casualty, provider of the NEA® Auto & Home Insurance Program, is offering educators the chance to win a new Dodge® Journey SUV in the “Wherever Your Journey Takes You…We’ll be There” sweepstakes.
The giveaway kicks off the new Life is a Journey campaign, reminding educators of the importance of having the right insurance coverage for their stage in life. Whether they’re an excited new teacher or one who is retiring, NEA members can explore the various insurance solutions available through California Casualty.
The journey begins when a member enters to win at http://www.winajourney.com.
There is a very important concept behind the sweepstakes. A new insurance industry survey estimates that 42 percent of consumers have not taken steps to check their coverages. Having adequate insurance is essential; in fact, this summer’s hurricanes and fires left many people unable to rebuild because they purchased policies that left them severely underinsured.
The Journey initiative hopes to reinforce the importance of comprehensive, personalized and proactive auto, home and renters insurance that protects policyholders in their greatest time of need. While the definition of insurance may vary by company, California Casualty helps educate and guide consumers to the best approach for their individual insurance needs.
California Casualty has partnered with the NEA to offer auto and home insurance with unique benefits for educators that include:
- Waived or reduced deductibles for damage to vehicles parked at school
- Personal property protection for non-electronic property, including instructional materials stolen from a vehicle
- Excess liability coverage that follows into the classroom
- $500 fundraising money coverage
- Flexible payment plans including summer or holiday skips
“We have been proud to serve educators for more than 66 years,” said Sr. VP Mike McCormick. “We’re there to protect them through the good times and when…