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.


Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee has become the statewide partner of the ACS Making Strides Against Breast Cancer program, committing resources throughout Tennessee to raise money and awareness. Farm Bureau Insurance offices will be raising money by selling special-edition pink “Charlie hats,” by participating in Making Strides walk events, and staging other fundraising activities.

“The people of Farm Bureau Insurance have long been known as leaders in their local communities, and now it is time for the company itself to step up and be a leader in this important cause,” Chief Executive Officer Sonny Scoggins said in making the company’s commitment.


One lucky child will take the field with the Tennessee Titans at a home game this year courtesy of Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee.

At every regular season and pre-season home game this year, a specially-selected “Farm Bureau Insurance Kids Captain” will join the Titans captains for the pregame coin toss at LP Field in Nashville. One child’s name will be drawn from each of Farm Bureau Insurance’s 10 sales regions across the state.