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A consumer insurance information blog by Renaissance Alliance, a consortium of New England independent insurance agents, focusing on news, information and tips to take the mystery out of insurance.

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    If you’re not a fan of football (What? I don’t even….) there’s always the ever-popular Puppy Bowl, now in its tenth year. About 12 million people tuned in to this sporting event last year. This year’s festivities  start on Sunday … Continue reading

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    The Sochi Olympics got off to a bit of a rocky start — and before any medals had been awarded, reports noted that insurance giants were all ready winning big at the Winter Games.This behind the scenes look at insuring … Continue reading

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    On Monday, everyone will be a little bit Irish. Gearing up for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations on the weekend and on Monday, we’ve gathered some links about New England activities and ways to celebrate around the area – or even … Continue reading

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    On this, the one year year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing, we revisit some of the lives that were touched by the terrible events of that day and bring you inspiring stories of strength and resilience. First, we note … Continue reading

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    May 11-17 is National Women’s Health Week, an observance led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health. While there are many important health issues, a key focus of should always be on heart health. … Continue reading

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    We’re heading in to prime yard sale season. Whether you’re planning to be a buyer or a seller, we have a few resources to help you map out a successful and profitable season! First, if you are planning to host … Continue reading

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    Maybe we have a little bias going on, but we don’t think any other geography does the 4th of July like New Englanders … from the classic celebration with the Pops on the Boston Esplanade or an 1800s style celebration … Continue reading

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    This is your friendly reminder that June is National Park & Recreation Month. Use this map to find a park near you – there are probably some you don’t know about. This year’s theme is “Out is In” – check … Continue reading

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    July is National Blueberry Month – and they’re in season locally right now. The wild blueberry is the official fruit of Maine, which produces about 25% of all lowbush blueberries in North America. Blueberries are often called a “superfood” by … Continue reading

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    Get to know your local farmers! August 3-9 is National Farmers’ Market Week – a great time to support your local farms and to stock up on some nutritious, delicious, seasonal fresh food. It’s a great way to support your … Continue reading

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    The upcoming weekend forecast is for warm and glorious weather here in New England, a perfect time for getting out to enjoy the foliage. There’s leaf peeping, apple picking, corn mazes, pumpkin festivals, country fairs and more – we’ve gathered … Continue reading

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    Happy Halloween! We couldn’t think of a more appropriate and ghoulish topic for the day than finding out what your body is worth. The excellent infographic below gives you a good body-part-by-body-part snapshot of your market value. (Click for larger). … Continue reading

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  • 11/11/14--06:37: Salute to Our Veterans
  • November 11, 1918 marked the end of hostilities in World War I, “the war to end all wars.” Unfortunately it didn’t work out that way – there have been many wars since. And since 1919, on November 11 each year, … Continue reading

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    We thought that we’d make a Thanksgiving post that is just like the way we like our meal: a little of this, a little of that and topped off with some sweets. One of the pre-dinner traditions for many is … Continue reading

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    With Valentine’s Day looming, we’re definitely in need of some hugs here in New England — for the warmth if nothing else! It’s been a tough few weeks and if the weather reports are true, it’s going to get worse … Continue reading

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    Don’t forget to set your clock ahead this weekend. And while you are at it, here are some other seasonal things you should do: Change smoke alarm and CO2 alarm batteries Check pressure / expiration date on any fire extinguishers … Continue reading

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    Are you ready for it? Tomorrow is Pi Day, what some call the “Math Geek Mardi Gras.” It may not be an event you were planning to celebrate, but this might entice you: Top 5 National Pi Day pizza deals. … Continue reading

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    St Patrick’s Day is a big event in our neck of the woods – although this year’s parade will have a bit of an abbreviated route due to all the snow. Here’s a Guide to Where to Celebrate Boston’s Irish … Continue reading

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    When some people think of Easter, they think of bunnies. Wrong. We think it’s all about the Peeps. Did you know that about 5.5 million peeps are made every day, for a total of about 5.5 billion in 2014? Learn … Continue reading

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    It’s 42 with drizzle at the race starting line.  Watch the Boston Marathon live starting at 9:30 Athlete tracking Boston Marathon Twitter feed Boston Marathon Facebook Spectator Security guidelines for Boston Marathon Which roads are closed on Marathon Monday Boston … Continue reading

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