The arrival of summer signals another season altogether: motorcycle season. If you haven’t already, now is the perfect opportunity to bring your bike out of the back of the garage (or wherever you had it stored to protect it from the winter weather).
There are steps you can take to prepare your home or business for a storm.
When a hurricane or tropical storm turns inland, it may diminish in strength, but the potential remains for severe damage from winds and heavy rain. When you know a storm is coming, take steps to minimize damage and speed recovery.
First and foremost, take whatever precautions are necessary to protect yourself and your family. While property preparations are important, they’re not worth risking life or health. If you need to evacuate, do so, as long as you have time to reach a place of safety. Don’t be caught on the roads in your car or attempt to drive through water-covered streets. Once the storm reaches your area, stay inside, away from windows and possible flying debris.
It was a wonderful evening forTWG Insurancecelebrating great clients, Jim and Kim Stutzman ofJim Stutzman Chevrolet-Cadillac Co.Chad Bales and Chelsea Hester enjoyed seeing many TWG Insurance clients there in support of these community stars.
Gary Nichols, President, began The Winchester Group in April, 2002, and continues to be committed to providing the proper level of insurance protection with a high level of personal service and attention. Now, with 25 employees, they are grateful to be trusted insurance advisors in addition to an essential partner in their community.
In an effort to continually invest in the communities we serve, The Winchester Group has joined three chambers of commerce including Front Royal Warren County, Loudoun County and Virginia Regional. Each membership provides our organization’s leadership the opportunity to further connect with local government representatives, local business executives and active citizens within each business community.
The Winchester Group is honored and excited to once again be nominated for the 'Small Business of the Year' award at the upcoming Greater Good Awards Dinner.The annual dinner is hosted by the Top of Virginia Regional Chamber of Commerce.
WINCHESTER - The Community Foundation of the Northern Shenandoah Valley has established four funds that provide opportunities for long-term giving.
The foundation serves Winchester and Frederick, Clarke and Warren counties. Its mission is to support local nonprofit and charitable efforts by providing a way to establish endowed funds that give, in perpetuity, to an individual's charity of choice.
The first fund, the Spelling Bee Fund, is seeking donations to support future bee contestants from the area.