Image from page 741 of “History of Milwaukee, city and county” (1922)

Image from page 741 of “History of Milwaukee, city and county” (1922)

Check out these car insurance images: Image from page 741 of “History of Milwaukee, city and county” (1922) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: historyofmilwauk02bruc Title: History of Milwaukee, city and county Year: 1922 (1920s) Authors: Bruce, William George, 1856-1949 Currey, J. Seymour (Josiah Seymour), b. 1844 Subjects: Milwaukee (Wis.) — History Milwaukee County (Wis.) — History Publisher: Chicago : S. J. Clarke Publishing Co. Contributing Library: New York Public Library Digitizing Sponsor: MSN View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: with the class of 1904. Subsequently he attended the University of Wis-consin and was graduated therefrom in 1908 with the degree of B. A., being theyoungest member of a class of over five hundred. After a tour of Europe he returnedto Milwaukee and took a course in Hautkes Brewers School, receiving the brewmastersdegree from there in April, 1910. In that year, however, he entered the packing busi-ness as secretary and treasurer of the Bodden Packing Company and remained activein that connection until in November, 1911, when he became associated with theTapping, Benedict & Riedeburg Company in the conduct of an extensive insurance busi-ness. On the 1st of October, 1915, the firm was reorganized and incorporated as Blatz-Kasten & Company, and Mr. Blatz has Since served as its chief executive. In the develop-ment of other business enterprises he is also active, being a director of Morris F. Pox& Company, which he entered at the...
Insurance Sales Success – Build Life-Long Relationships

Insurance Sales Success – Build Life-Long Relationships

by free pictures of money Insurance Sales Success – Build Life-Long Relationships A foundation for insurance sales success is never built on one time sales. To have a highly successful career you must develop life-long relationships with your clients that lead to repeat business and referrals. You have to plan to make that happen from the beginning by being able to answer a few key questions that each person has on their mind. Each person you reach out to always wonders why you are contacting them. You need a really good reason for why they are the kind of person you work with and the ultimate result you’ve helped others just like them to enjoy. Everyone has a, what’s in it for me, filter through which all communications are judged. When you can communicate a powerful ultimate result you have a better opportunity to gain their attention. The next thing they are thinking is, why are you the person who should help me with this. You must be able to communicate that you understand them and their needs. They need to know that you’ve helped people just like them, and that helping people like them is the focus of your business. When you can communicate why you are the person they should be talking to you’ve bought yourself a little more time. They understand why you because they understand that you have more to offer people like them than your competition. A big challenge in insurance sales success is that your now isn’t necessarily the customers now. The people who agree to meet with you are always asking themselves...
17th Annual Chamber Golf Classic – Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce

17th Annual Chamber Golf Classic – Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce

Check out these car insurance images: 17th Annual Chamber Golf Classic – Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce Image by Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce Congratulations to our 17th Annual Chamber Golf Classic Champions! Team Blackman & Sloop, CPAs, P.A. – Sally Austin, Carla Daniel, Neely McLaughlin and Bill Smith – won our 17th Annual Chamber Golf Classic. The tournament, presented by Performance AutoMall, was held Monday, June 20 at Governors Club. Team First Citizens Bank – Chris Barnes, Joel Levy, David Madison and Sam Nichols – are runners up. Sam Hensley of Chapel Hill Tire Car Care Center won the longest drive competition. And Greg Overbeck of Chapel Hill Restaurant Group was closest to the pin. (photos ©2011 Kevin Seifert Photography | www.kevinseifert.com | 919.208.9458) Join us for our 17th annual Chamber Golf Classic, presented by Performance AutoMall, June 20 at Governors Club. The 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, a U.S. Open Regional Qualifying Site, is situated along wooded valleys with lush foliage, following the natural contours of Edwards Mountain and winding through the neighborhoods at Governors Club. All proceeds from the tournament benefit the Chamber’s Foundation for a Sustainable Community. Member Registration: 5 for individual member golfer; 5 for member foursome Non-Member Registration: 0 for individual non-member golfer; 0 for non-member foursome Click here to register online, visit www.carolinachamber.org/golf, or contact Laura Morrison at 919.357.9989 or lmorrison@carolinachamber.org. Additional Sponsors include: SunTrust Bank, Harrington Bank, Wachovia, KeySource Bank, BB&T, Always Best Care, The Carolina Inn, Secure Network Administration, Geico – Gina Soviero, RBC Bank, The Meat House, Durham Technical Community College, Residence Inn, Photoendeavors, Bland Landscaping, Ram’s Club, Robert...
Mauritius Port-Louis Part 2

Mauritius Port-Louis Part 2

Check out these car insurance images: Mauritius Port-Louis Part 2 Image by Isla-Mauricia Image from page 14 of “Scientific American Volume 25 Number 21 (November 1871)” (1871) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: scientific-american-1871-11-18 Title: Scientific American Volume 25 Number 21 (November 1871) Year: 1871 (1870s) Authors: Subjects: patent scientific steam center tion valve fireproof iron scientific american patents psychic force nitric acid xew york wrought iron vander weyde sir john cloth strip insurance companies hot air Publisher: View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: and all articlesneedful in Machine or Railroad Repair Shops. 126 and128 Chambers st., New York. MODELS, PATTERNS, EXPERIMENTAL,and other machinery, Models for the Patent Office,built to order by HOLSKE MACHINE CO., Nos. 528, 5BLand 532 Water st., near Jefferson. Refer to Scientific)American olllce. 14 tf Andrews Patents. Noiseless, Friction (Grooved* Portable, andWarehouse Hoisters. Friction or Geared Mining & Quarry Holsters. Smii ke-Burnintf Safety Boilers. Osci Hating Engines, Double and Single, 1-2 tolUO-Ilorse power, Centrifugal Pumps, 100 to 100,000 Gallonsper [Himite, Best Pumps in the World, passMud, Sand, Gravel, Coal, Grain, etc., with-out injury. A11 Light, Simple, Durable, and Economical. Send lor Circulars. WM. D. ANDREWS & BRO., 414 Water street, New York. from 50 cts. 12 SAMPLES sent (postage paid) for FiftyCents, that retail easily for Ten Dollars.B. L. WOLCOTT. No. 181 Chatham Square, N.Y. Peteler Portable Railroad Company, OFFICE, 42 BKOADWAY, NEW YORK. Text Appearing After Image: TO...
What is Excess Insurance?

What is Excess Insurance?

by photo What is Excess Insurance? Cheap car hire can be a potential God send on a holiday. It offers the chance to see more of a country than you would ever be able to through any other means whilst offering the chance to save huge amounts of your spending money in the process. However, sometimes it is not so clear cut about just what you are insured against, and so it is important you know all the facts before you decide which car to rent. Most car hire companies will offer a certain amount of insurance. This is often called a Collision Damage Waiver. However, very often there will be certain aspects of a car such as the tyres, windscreen and undercarriage that aren’t covered by the general insurance. Also if the car is severely damaged or stolen, many companies will expect you to pay an excess, much like you might have to with insurance policies at home. With the best will in the world, accidents are just that – unexpected events that are often not your fault. But should something happen – whether that is someone leaving a scratch in your car when you are away, or bumpy roads playing havoc with your suspension to the point that it is damaged – even with normal insurance, you could find yourself facing these excess charges which could leave you significantly out of pocket on your holiday. By booking cheap car hire in advance it is much easier to understand what your car is covered for and what it is not. The best thing to do at this point...
Nice Car Insurance photos

Nice Car Insurance photos

A few nice car insurance images I found: Broken Down- 15/365 Image by Ben+Sam Today we stopped by the body shop to pick up the license plates off the car. On Thursday insurance notified us that it was a total loss. The car was torn down & marked up with a pink marker noting damaged parts. mjc-2011-01-22-7857 Image by wiccked This is Maia – named for the largest of the Pleaides, daughter of Zeus – she should be coming home with me on Tuesday. I’m essentially swapping my current car for her. Neil drowned his car in the recent floods, and he’s buying this with the insurance money, but this is going to be mine, and he’s having his previous car back. I’m very...