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Entry period: May 25, 2016, to June 5, 2016
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Excellent business retention, calm weather, and consistently high agency force productivity in 2015 contributed to Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee maintaining its positive gains for a third consecutive year.

Farm Bureau Insurance’s property and casualty operations saw automobile business retention rise to 96.8 percent, while homeowner and farmowner retention remained high. The life company regained its position as the number one writer of life insurance in Tennessee. Dividends to shareholders and increased stock valuations were announced at the Farm Bureau Insurance annual meeting in Franklin.


Fall usually means football, colored leaves and pumpkin-flavored everything. But it also means that it’s time to start preparing your home for the arrival of sweater weather. Here are some quick tips to get you you started...


Since it’s inception in 2008, Airbnb has grown into one of the largest online vacation rental sites in the world, with more than two-million rentals available in 34,000 cities and 190 countries, according to Airbnb’s website.


It’s that time of year again when children get to dress up as scary mummies or their favorite superheroes and run around ringing doorbells for candy. It’s pretty magical, and we’ve all been there. However, it’s important to make sure you and your child are properly prepared to keep Halloween safe and the happiest of holidays. 


Whether you're shooing one away from your suburban backyard or counting the days until buck hunting season, deer pop in our lives in many ways—We’re in Tennessee after all! As harmless as they may seem, you really don't want one to pop up in the middle of the road while you’re driving, so here are some tips to keep you safe on the road. 


No matter what time of the year it is, auto accidents are going to happen—whether it's due to rain, ice or distracted driving. The best way to avoid an accident is to slow down and pay close attention when driving. 


For the fifth year in a row, Farm Bureau Insurance and the Tennessee Titans have teamed up to give ten children across the state the opportunity of a lifetime. 



Wouldn't it be nice to rest easy at night knowing that your loved ones will always be protected if something unexpectedly happened to you? This peace of mind can be found through many means, but one of your best options is life insurance. 


Memorial Day Driving

Memorial Day weekend marks the start of summer-driving season, and the National Safety Council projects that more than 380 fatalities will occur this holiday weekend from car crashes. This number is alarming, so here are some tips to keep you and your loved ones safe on the roads.


Springtime in Tennessee may be beautiful, but it also comes with plenty of rainfall on the roadways. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, about 50 percent of accidents happen each year as a result of wet driving conditions. Here are a few tips to keep you in control this rainy season (and any other rain shower year-round for that matter). 


 

Riding a wave of profitability initiatives, favorable weather trends, and warm personal relationships with customers and business associates, Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee posted a second consecutive year of excellent results in 2014. 

Farm Bureau Insurance’s property and casualty operations saw solid gains and continues to cover more automobiles and properties in Tennessee than any other insurer. The life company maintained a consistent trend of outperforming the industry. Dividends to shareholders of both companies and increased stock valuations were announced at the Farm Bureau Insurance annual meeting in Franklin, Tenn.


In its third year as the statewide partner of the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee surpassed the million-dollar fundraising mark. In 2014 company representatives made bigger and bolder strides than ever, contributing to a variety of fundraising efforts including bake sales, Making Strides walks and more than 32,000 pink Farmer Charlie hats sold.

The centerpiece of the 2014 campaign was 34 “Pink Out” high school football games hosted by Farm Bureau Insurance agencies across Tennessee. The games—played from the end of August through October—generated almost $300,000, uniting communities across the state to honor breast cancer survivors and educating people about the disease.

“To have raised more than $1,000,000 to benefit Making Strides Against Breast Cancer in only three years is truly unbelievable. This was made possible by the tireless efforts and generosity of Farm Bureau Insurance representatives. These proceeds will help the American Cancer Society seek better ways to prevent, detect and treat breast cancer, as well as provide help and hope to people facing this disease. I couldn’t be more proud of our company,” said Farm Bureau Insurance CEO Sonny Scoggins. 

For more pictures and a full recap of this year's fundraising efforts, see the 2014 Corporate Citizen.

A water leak left undetected is like having a storm inside your home. The result is massive damage and significant loss—not to mention the hassle of cleaning up the mess. Farm Bureau members in Tennessee can take action to protect against water damage whether they are home or away with WaterShield.


 For the third year in a row Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee is a statewide partner of the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.” To raise awareness and funds for this cause, we will be hosting Friday Night Football Pink Out games across the state of Tennessee!


“Highest Customer Satisfaction Among Auto Insurers in the Southeast Region, Three Years in a Row”

COLUMBIA, Tenn. – For the third year in a row, Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee ranks highest among auto insurance providers in the Southeast Region in the J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Auto Insurance Study.SM


Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee made big strides by being the statewide partner of the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer for the second year in a row.

The heart of Tennessee showed in every county, with walk teams and a variety of fundraising efforts. At the end of October, there was another $267,432 given to the American Cancer Society to help seek better ways to prevent, detect, and treat breast cancer, as well as provide help and hope to people facing the disease. The two-year total now stands at more than $620,000.


“Highest Customer Satisfaction Among Auto Insurers in the Southeast Region, Two Years in a Row”

For the second year in a row, Farm Bureau Insurance - Tennessee ranks highest among auto insurance providers in the Southeast Region in the J.D. Power 2013 U.S. Auto Insurance Study.SM


The Union City Golden Tornadoes team planned to simply wear pink socks and ribbons to support the fight against breast cancer. The local Farm Bureau Insurance office had bigger ideas.

Obion-Union City Agency Manager Hadley Malone offered to buy the team pink jerseys for the Oct. 18 game against rival Humboldt. The project soon grew into a community-wide outreach.