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Thursday, August 14, 2014BEAR VALLEY, Idaho -- I learned all about hard work from my father who accomplished more before the sun came up than most folks did all day. It was rough watching my father work as hard as he did to provide for his family. I could tell he was struggling to find the balance between his professional and personal life. READ MORE >>
Thursday, May 23, 2013 Pacific Crest prides itself in offering the most advanced technology platform to its agencies. In May Pacific Crest added Semcat to its multi-rater offerings. Agents will still have the option of Ez-Lynx but now have a choice. Semcat is a butting edge multi-rater platform that allows agents to provide accurate, bendable quotes across an unequaled lineup of carriers. READ MORE >>
Thursday, May 23, 2013
For the second year in a row Pacific Crest has been named Agency of the Year Northwest. This honor helps Pacific Crest agencies build trust with their clients when they are determining which advisor to use. Principal Shawn Webb was invited the Traveler’s Leadership Conference to help shap... READ MORE >>
Thursday, May 23, 2013 Pacific Crest is pleased to announce that our strategic partner carrier Safeco has awarded Pacific Crest their Chairman’s Board award for 2012. This honor is only given to the top 1% of all Safeco agencies in the country. “Awards are won by our Agencies. READ MORE >>
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Pieters Insurance - Minden, Nevada
— A small community of just more than 3,000 residents east of the southern tip of Lake Tahoe, Minden, Nevada, is a quiet little town in the heart of the Carson Valley.
For just about a quarter of a century, Alex Pieters was one of a handful of police officers in the county seat of Douglas County.
Knowing the community as he does, it made sense that Alex would hang his shingle in this community that once boasted it was a getaway destination for some of the biggest names in Hollywood, including Clark Gable and Jean Harlow.
Alex understands that to succeed in a small town, being competitive with price is important.