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Kaitlyn Rawlings

Roeding Insurance Hosts Spring Food Drive for Senior Services of Northern Kentucky
Just in time for Easter, we are hosting a spring food drive on behalf of Senior Services of Northern Kentucky (SSNK)! Programs and services offered by SSNK are designed to help prevent premature institutionalization by provid...
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Cold Weather Alert and Safety Tips

Posted by Kaitlyn Rawlings on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 in News / Announcements, Home / Auto

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Kaitlyn Rawlings

Cold Weather Alert and Safety Tips
As temperatures continue to fall, the risk of water leaks, roof collapses, and other dangers rise, but we are here to help! Watch for weather alerts and safety tips from Roeding Insurance to protect your family and home from ...
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Protect Risk Exposure by Removing Snow from Walkways

Posted by Keven Moore on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 in Home / Auto

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Keven Moore

Protect Risk Exposure by Removing Snow from Walkways
Like many entrepreneurial teens, I would welcome snow days when I was growing up in the ’70s. While many of my classmates found these surprise school holidays as an opportunity to catch up on sleep, I would get up early...
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What to Do about the Anthem Data Breach

Posted by Gloria Davis on Thursday, February 12, 2015 in News / Announcements, Home / Auto

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Gloria Davis

The recent Anthem BlueCross data breach could affect up to 80 million people (PC World), whose personal information could now be in the hands of the attackers. Following this recent cyber attack, Anthem warns Kentucky residen...
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Keven Moore

Nationwide Super Bowl Ad was Disturbing, Yes, but Message an Important One
Nationwide Insurance caused a bit of a ruckus with its Super Bowl ad this year – you know, the one featuring the kid who never got to grow up because he died in a preventable accident. Many called the ad morbid and some...
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Keven Moore

Imagine This: School Buses that are Green, Driverless, and a Whole Lot Safer
Parents … imagine it’s 7 a.m. on a school day. Your child is dressed and ready, his homework is in the backpack and breakfast is complete. Just as he finishes lacing up his sneakers, you receive a signal on your ...
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Keven Moore

With Storefront Crashes, Ounce of Prevention Goes a Long Way
Imagine dining at a local restaurant and just as you are about to take a bite out of that tasty entrée, a car comes crashing through the front of the restaurant, plowing into your table and sending you to the hospital....
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Dan Scherff

Best Recipe for Employee Retention: 4 Not-so-Secret Ingredients
Happy employees are engaged employees, and engaged employees are productive employees. In fact, companies with highly-engaged employees “demonstrate a 3-year revenue growth of 20.1%, compared to the 8.9% average of thei...
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Gloria Davis

The Truth about Worker's Compensation and Safety Standards in the Workplace
As an employer, one of your (many!) responsibilities is to keep your employees safe while on the job. Though you want the best for your employees, unfortunately, accidents do happen. Safety must begin at the top of the organ...
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Web Admin

Steve Roeding on Cyber Liability: What Is It and Why Might Your Business Need It?
The cyber attacks on Target, Home Depot, and more recently Sony have been a wake-up call for a lot of business owners.  They are reacting by making inquiries about their firms’ cyber protection arrangements and see...
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