Affordable American Insurance Focuses on Social Responsibility

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In 2009, Affordable American Insurance was recognized for being in the top 50  family owned businesses in Colorado.  Two years later the company made it to the 33rd spot.  Affordable American Insurance has continued to grow.

Dominican Republic

Awards are great but what really matters is how we help out our community both here and abroad.  Our greatest joy as a company came from when we organized and created a plan to donate 1.5 million dollars in medical equipment to the Dominican Republic.  We achieved our goal and the medical equipment reached the shores of the Dominican Republic on Jan 2, 2010, ten days before the Haiti earthquake.  The medical equipment was used immediately and many lives were saved.

Share the Warmth Coat Drive

Denver Homeless ManWe also helped out the local Denver community.  We partnered with Metropolitan State College of Denver with their 7th annual Share the Warmth Coat Drive benefiting the Denver Rescue Mission.  Our 40 offices around the Denver metro area served as a drop off locations and many boxes and bags of coats were collected.  They were donated to the Denver Rescue Mission.  If you would like to read more about our coat drive visit this blog.  We hope to help out our local community more.

Join Us Today!

If you think that what we are doing is great, consider joining Affordable American Insurance.  Contact Stephanie Collins at 303-451-8100 or visit myownagencynow.com for more information.

Affordable American Insurance is an insurance broker that represents many insurance carriers including: Travelers, Safeco, Hartford, Metlife, Progressive, Allied, Auto Owners, and many more. If your policy is about to be renewed or you are searching for insurance let Affordable American Insurance be your first stop.

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