Marine Insurance Service Team is Growing Again

May 16, 2016 | Blog Post, News, Ticket | 0 comments

TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Global Marine Insurance is pleased to announce that insurance service professional, Renee Kiersey, has joined the service team.

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“Currently I speak with existing customers and assist them with changes or questions on their policies,” explains Renee. “Coming from a service agency background, where the main focus was on service, not sales, I pride myself on providing excellent customer care with speed and efficiency.”

Prior to joining Global Marine Insurance, Renee worked at a local insurance agency, dealing primarily with auto and home policies. The Traverse City native, who currently resides in Interlochen, MI, grew up around boats and spent every summer on the water in some way. These days Renee, her partner Shane, and their dog Harmony spend their free time kayaking with her sister and nephews and enjoying lakes, rivers and bays with family and friends.

“After spending nine years focused mainly on auto and home insurance, I wanted to explore other options for my career and marine insurance stood out to me as a really good fit.”

Global Marine Insurance provides specialized insurance solutions for boaters. Comprehensive insurance coverage empowers recreational and commercial boaters to pursue their passions. Clients can count on Global Marine Insurance to work with top-rated carriers and adhere to the highest standards. They receive access to enhanced, hassle-free coverage options including crew, increased pollution, salvage and Agreed Value Coverage.

Global Marine Insurance currently employs more than 30 specialists across the US with remote offices in Norfolk, Virginia; Miami, Florida; Seattle, Washington; and Dallas, Texas.

NOTE TO EDITORS: Media interested in more information are welcome to contact Erica Buck by phone at 800-748-0224 or email EBuck@globalmarineinsurance.com. Website: www.globalmarineinsurance.com

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