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Now Hiring Agency Manager-Martin, TN

Martin, TN – Agency Manager  White & Associates Insurance is accepting applications for a full‐time Agency Manager in Martin, Tennessee. The candidate will be responsible for agency/client development and must be comfortable with heavy computer use. Onsite training will be provided. The position will offer opportunities for career development and advancement. Established in 1976, White […]

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Now Hiring Bookkeeper-Dyersburg, TN

Dyersburg, TN – Bookkeeper White & Associates Insurance is accepting applications for a full-time Bookkeeper in Dyersburg, Tennessee. The candidate must be comfortable with heavy computer use.  Onsite training will be provided. The position will offer opportunities for career development and advancement. Established in 1976, White & Associates Insurance is a locally owned and operated […]

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Does Your Business Have Coverage for Equipment Breakdown?

Does the insurance policy covering your business, organization or church have coverage for Equipment Breakdown?  If you are unsure, pull out that policy today. Equipment breakdown coverage is one of the most important coverages that can be added to your policy. Below are just five of the reasons why I recommend it: 1. Equipment You […]

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Black-Eyed Pea and Cabbage Soup

Ingredients 1 lb. ground turkey, deer or buffalo 1 medium onion chopped 1 green bell pepper chopped 5 cloves of garlic chopped 3 cups of cabbage chopped 2 tbsp. chili powder 1 tbsp. oregano 1 tbsp. cumin 2 tsp. garlic powder 2 tsp. onion powder 1 tsp. black pepper 1 (10 oz. can) of original […]

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Three Reasons a Personal Umbrella Policy is a Good Idea

I am a positive thinker by default. My brain would naturally like to ignore the “what-ifs” when it comes to the safety and well-being of my family. But, thankfully, the insurance side of my brain always kicks in to remind me of all the reasons why we prepare for the “what-ifs”. Below are three examples […]

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