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Archives: 2024

Seven Musts for Hosting a Viewing Party

Arrange the tray tables, fluff your sofa cushions, and bust out the guacamole: it’s viewing party season!Whether it’s tense playoff showdowns, glitzy award ceremonies or gripping episodes of everyone’s favorite nail-biter series, it’s always fun to host a viewing party with family and friends. Move over, binge watching. This time of year, it’s all about those don’t-miss live broadcasts on TV.Football fans have the big...

Effective Goal-Setting Strategies to Achieve Success in the New Year

At the start of a new year, it's essential to focus on setting goals that help individuals grow both personally and professionally. For employees looking to enhance their skills and make a significant contribution to the success of their organization, there are several effective strategies to consider. These strategies involve identifying specific targets, developing a plan of action, and tracking progress toward achieving those goals:...

Navigate Winter Roads with Peace of Mind

Winter brings picturesque blankets of snow – along with treacherous driving conditions. Icy, snow-covered roads pose a significant threat to drivers and their passengers, increasing the risk of accidents and vehicle damage. Falling ice, hail, and heavy snow can wreak havoc on your car, leading to unexpected expenses. Car Insurance: Your Winter Shield In the face of winter's challenges, having comprehensive car insurance is critical....

A Glimpse at ERIE’s Affinity Networks

At Erie Insurance, one way that we deliver on our promise to be a great place to work is to promote and celebrate diversity. Our affinity networks are voluntary, employee-led organizations formed by employees when they express a desire to start them. The networks are supported, funded and endorsed by ERIE and have a sponsor from ERIE leadership who is actively engaged in the network. Our...

The Homeowner's Guide to Chimney Inspections

The fireplace often serves as a warm and inviting place for families to gather. However according to the National Fire Protection Association, between 2016 and 2020, fireplaces and chimneys were responsible for seven percent of residential fires in the United States. Despite accounting for only seven percent, chimney fires were responsible for more than $200 million in property damage.Figures like these underscore the need for...