PLATTSBURGH — Allstate exclusive agency owner Beverly Peryea-LaBarge has been designated an Allstate Premier Agency for 2014. This designation is being presented for her outstanding business performance and commitment to putting customers at the center of her agency’s work.
“The Premier Agency designation is not just about Beverly’s successful business results,” said Eva McIntee, Allstate New York’s field vice president. “The honor also demonstrates Beverly’s commitment in being accessible to customers and using knowledge to help ensure customers have the insurance products they need to protect themselves and their family.”
Peryea-LaBarge’s agency is located at 34 Skyway Plaza, Suite 4, in Plattsburgh and can be reached at 563-2124 or http://agents.allstate.com/beverly-peryea-labarge-plattsburgh-ny.html.
The Allstate Corporation is the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer, serving approximately 16 million households through its Allstate, Encompass, Esurance and Answer Financial brand names and Allstate Financial business segment. Allstate branded insurance products (auto, home, life and retirement) and services are offered through Allstate agencies, independent agencies and Allstate exclusive financial representatives as well as via www.allstate.com, www.allstate.com/financial and 1-800 Allstate.
The Allstate Foundation, Allstate, its employees and agency owners strive to support their local communities. Allstate employees and agency owners have donated 200,000 hours of service across the country.
PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh Noon Kiwanis Club has unveiled the winner of its annual K-melt drawing. The winner was David Kerr of Plattsburgh.
The winning ticket was sold by Kimberly Davis. The winner had to guess the day the 350 lb. “K” on the CVPH pond would fall through the ice. All entrants who had the correct date (April 14) had their tickets put into a hat and Kerr’s ticket was drawn.
The winner receives $1,000, the Foundation of CVPH receives $1,000 for families with young children who have to travel out of the area for medical treatment and The Plattsburgh Noon Kiwanis Club uses the remainder of the money for community projects.