Insurance company spots (was: American Top 40 Theme)

Paul Hopfgarten
Tue Dec 23 14:04:10 EST 2003

Yeh, until those angry customers (except for the ones that NEVER have an accident) find out the rates would be significantly higher. "And like a good neighbor" Indeed!

-Paul Hopfgarten
East Derry NH (MA driver 1976-90)

-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf
Of Kevin Vahey
Sent: Tuesday, December 23, 2003 10:39 AM
To: Kaimbridge M. GoldChild; B-R-I
Subject: Re: Insurance company spots (was: American Top 40 Theme)

Until these companies can set their own rates, they will not come here.

Actually it helps the companies in their attempt to lobby for the rules 
to be changed to run the adds and have angry consumers find out why they 
can't get those products n Mass.

On Tue, 23 Dec 2003 10:24am, Kaimbridge M. GoldChild wrote:
> Sid Schweiger wrote,
>>  I've seen plenty of commercials for both of them, but I'm
>>  guessing that at the time Mark was referring to, neither one
>>  was licensed to write auto insurance in Massachusetts, so there
>>  was no point in running their ads.
> But isn't that the case with GEIKO (not licensed in MA)?
>      ~Kaimbridge~
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