The first official Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621 between the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Indians. However, it wasn’t until 1863 during the Civil War, that President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed Thanksgiving Day to be held each November. A lot of things have changed since then including how we all prepare our Turkey's...
Home buyers! This video series is for you! Every year at the Agency we work with hundreds of clients who are in the middle of the process of buying a new home. It's a passion of ours to help solve the important but often neglected insurance piece of that buying process. We love streamlining things and making it as painless as possible for you to hear those beautiful words. "Clear to close!"
You’re either last-minute shopping on Amazon for your kids Halloween costume, having Grandma sew one together for them, or ordering candy for all of the trick-or-treaters that will be visiting your front door. Now, you’re probably wondering why an insurance agent in Vermont is talking about trick-or-treating. Well, let's get to the point of this blog post.
As promised, I am delivering you tips to help make insurance simple!
We're rolling out a video series!
We are super excited to be rolling out a new video series that is going to be specifically tailored for businesses in the Auto industry. This series is for you if you are in the industry in anyway. Including:
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at the Kinney Insurance Agency! Our wish from our family to yours is a long weekend full of quality time with family accompanied by fantastic holiday food favorites! Leading up to the big day we wanted to share a few of our favorite Thanksgiving tips for our Vermont home and auto insurance clients and friends:
Halloween is here! At the Kinney Insurance Agency our communities and families seem to be settling into the beautiful fall atmosphere we have all come to love in Vermont. With the buzz in the air and still a little time to prepare for the big night we thought it would be a great time to list some of our favorite insurance tips for Halloween: