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CPCU Cares!

Monday, January 20, 2014 - 14:45
by D. Theresa Fabela, CPCU

The Pacific Northwest Chapter of the CPCU Society, along with our members, is proud to partner with Non-Profit Organizations in order to make a difference in our community. Our latest volunteer event with Food Lifeline was a success, thanks to the participation of our dedicated member volunteers. We inspected, labeled and repackaged 13,300 pounds of alfredo sauce, translating to 11,083 meals benefiting hungry families in Western Washington. Megan Whittemore, of Parker, Smith and Feek, and a member of our Volunteer Committee, did an outstanding job organizing and managing the event.

Consumer Information

Tuesday, December 3, 2013 - 15:26

Hosting a Holiday Party? Below are Some Consumer Information Tips for Hosting a Holiday Party

Drunk Driving

Alcohol is the single greatest factor in motor vehicle deaths and injuries.

Tips for hosting a holiday party, and keeping you and your guests safe throughout the holiday season.

1)     When your guests arrive, collect their car keys

2)     Always serve food with alcohol.

3)     Have coffee and other non-alcoholic drinks available.

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CPCU Cares!

Monday, January 20, 2014 - 14:45
by D. Theresa Fabela, CPCU

The Pacific Northwest Chapter of the CPCU Society, along with our members, is proud to partner with Non-Profit Organizations in order to make a difference in our community. Our latest volunteer event with Food Lifeline was a success, thanks to the participation of our dedicated member volunteers. We inspected, labeled and repackaged 13,300 pounds of alfredo sauce, translating to 11,083 meals benefiting hungry families in Western Washington. Megan Whittemore, of Parker, Smith and Feek, and a member of our Volunteer Committee, did an outstanding job organizing and managing the event.

Consumer Information

Tuesday, December 3, 2013 - 15:26

Hosting a Holiday Party? Below are Some Consumer Information Tips for Hosting a Holiday Party

Drunk Driving

Alcohol is the single greatest factor in motor vehicle deaths and injuries.

Tips for hosting a holiday party, and keeping you and your guests safe throughout the holiday season.

1)     When your guests arrive, collect their car keys

2)     Always serve food with alcohol.

3)     Have coffee and other non-alcoholic drinks available.

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