December 2018
Newsletter
Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful Holiday and a Happy New Year .
Thank you for recognizing Fournier Insurance Solutions as best Insurance Agency.

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If you own a boat, winterizing is a process, but preparing now will protect your investment. Inspecting your boat and attending to any maintenance now will also keep you out of the repair shop in the spring at the busiest time of boating season.

All boats and engines differ, so start with your manual. Then, read the how-to from popular mechanics. Read More...
Do you need a new cookie recipe for your cookie swap, holiday party, or kids' classroom?

103 Holiday Cookie Recipes that all look so good, we can't chews a favorite!
This time of year is full of fun and festivities. It is also when the highest number of burglaries occur. There are few things you can do to help keep your home safe, like being discrete when disposing of packages. Read More...
QBE Clients:
You Are In Good Hands
QBE has decided to leave the US Personal Insurance market in 2019. Maintaining continuous coverage is our first priority. We are diligently working with our other carriers in order to achieve a smooth transition for those we have insured with QBE. You will be contacted before your renewal with alternate coverage options.

Please reach out to us with any questions.
Help Our Community
Referral Program
November Referrals:
We will be donating $120 to

December Referrals:

Read more about our referral program...
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Taking a good photo with your phone can come in handy this Holiday Season.

Using a mobile tripod (gift idea) to get the best photo with your phone is one tip to get you started.
Agent Spotlight
Happy Holidays From Our Families To Yours!

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Think it Through
Snow Chains: How to Install the, and Drive with them
Living in the Pacific Northwest chances are good that you will be driving in the snow or ice at some point this winter.

Pull off to the side of the road as far as possible, put your hazard lights on, then follow the steps outlined in this video from Les Schwab.
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