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Vote and cheer in the Make More Happen Contest for your favorite agent-and-charity teams today! Top vote-getters receive $10,000, $5,000 or $3,000 for charity.
The Safeco Savings Center recently debuted with special discounts on products and services that help you protect many of the important things in your life, such as your home and identity. Anyone can take advantage of these deals – you don’t have to be a Safeco customer to save.
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Safeco Insurance is inviting the public to vote online or leave a virtual cheer for their favorite entry in the Safeco Insurance Make More Happen Contest for summer.
Safeco Insurance® Launches #MY60 Challenge to Help Reclaim Time to Do More.®
Online voting in the Safeco Insurance Make More Happen Contest this spring pushed three teams of independent insurance agencies and charities to the top and smashed the 28,000 vote goal.
Safeco Insurance is inviting the public to vote online or leave a virtual cheer for their favorite entry in the Safeco Insurance Make More Happen Contest for spring.
Safeco Insurance has announced Steve Tripp and Kelley Herrin as president and vice president for the company’s National Advisory Council effective immediately.
Recognizing the need to reduce aggressive driving, Safeco launched a "Drive it Forward Fridays" movement. Drivers can visit www.safeco.com/diff, or use the hashtag #DIFF, to pledge to be more courteous drivers, and to share how they're making positive changes to their driving habits.
Safeco Insurance has been selected as the winner of the Education Corporate Champion Award that is co-sponsored by the Puget Sound Business Journal and The Seattle Foundation.
Safeco celebrates the one-year countdown to the Sochi WInter Games and Liberty Mutual's new partnership of the United States Olympic Committee and Team USA.
Safeco Insurance wins a SAMMY award, the best overall work among the entries on display at the Insurance Marketing and Communications Association's annual meeting, for its television ad series.
LiveLifeLocal, launched in March, provides short summaries and photos of activities entered by its crowdsource of users and separated by city and state.