As an alternative, you might check to see if your state has a nonprofit umbrella organization. In CA, for instance, the California Association of Nonprofits offers some fairly affordable insurance policies through an insurance co.
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Dear Mike, Sure, the shop number is 216 334-BIKE or have them email me for my cell phone. Thanks! nozomi
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Hi Think Tank,
As some of you may know, the Alliance has been trying to develop an insurance package that fits the needs of community bike shops for a
while now. We first tried working with McKay Insurance Company, but that didn't end up working, and we are now in talks with Gales Creek Insurance to try and create a program.
The folks at Gales Creek are interested in speaking with a few leaders of shops to learn more about some of the past problems they've had with acquiring insurance (they currently work with a few shops, but they said there haven't been any large problems with writing those policies and are interested in learning what some issues have been). These conversations would NOT be sales pitches, they are an opportunity for Gales Creek to learn more about the needs of community bike shops as we work together to try and develop a package that fits the needs of shops.
If you are willing to speak with the folks at Gales Creek, please let me know.
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