Seattle, Wash. (Oct. 8, 2012) — Safeco Insurance is celebrating 15 community heroes from across the country in the “Vote for your favorite Safeco® Community Hero” fall event.
These heroes have dedicated themselves to making a difference in their communities, and Safeco Insurance is recognizing their service with a $5,000 donation to each of the nonprofit organizations they support.
You can help one of these local heroes do even more for their community by voting for your favorite today and once every 24 hours until 10 a.m. PDT Oct. 29 when the “Vote for your favorite Safeco Community Hero” contest will end. The local hero with the most votes will win an additional $10,000 from Safeco for his or her favorite charity, and the runner-up will get $5,000.
“Before you select your favorite hero, take time to read the stories about all 15 amazing individuals,” said Brenda Mann Harrison, manager of the Community Hero Award program for Safeco Insurance. “But be prepared – you might find yourself reaching for a tissue or doing a lot of smiling. The stories are inspiring, and Safeco appreciates the independent agents who took the time to share them by nominating their local heroes.”
Safeco Community Heroes are chosen from nominations submitted by local Safeco agents across the country through the Safeco Insurance® Agent Giving Program, which is designed to recognize people and organizations that positively impact their communities through a focus on education, health and safety or civic engagement.
Congratulations to the Safeco Community Heroes and charities featured in the fall voting event:
Vote for your favorite Safeco Community Hero here: http://promoshq.wildfireapp.com/website/6/contests/296757
In business since 1923 and based in Seattle, Washington, Safeco sells insurance to drivers and homeowners through a network of independent agents throughout the United States.
Safeco is a Liberty Mutual Insurance company. Liberty Mutual ranks 84th on the Fortune 100 list of the largest U.S. corporations based on 2011 revenue. The company has financial strength ratings of A (Excellent) from the A.M. Best Company, A2 (Good) from Moody’s Investors Service, and A- (Strong) from Standard & Poor’s.
Brenda Mann Harrison