This week’s food spotlight is a tale of two cities. ASL has offices in Illinois and New York, so it’s fitting that we talk about the ongoing battle between the two state’s largest cities. For some that might be the Cubs vs the Mets. (or White Sox vs Yankees.) However Read more The post Restaurant Spotlight: Battle of the Pizza Cities appeared first on ASL.
This week, we continue with our theme of highlighting local restaurants near ASL offices. This edition of the restaurant spotlight focuses on Philadelphia. With an office just 40 minutes north of the city center in Plymouth Meeting, we have to highlight Philly’s notorious cheesesteak. The most famous food war in Philly is Read more The post Restaurant Spotlight: Philly Cheesesteak in Philadelphia...
It’s easy to forget all the behind-the-scenes work that goes into keeping a business up and running. Especially in insurance. Once a policy is quoted and bound, who makes sure those policies are issued? The processing department. It definitely isn’t magic and it is an integral function in ASL’s process. Read more The post ASL Associate Spotlight: Deann Clanton appeared first on ASL.
This week, we are starting the first installment in a series of restaurant spotlights from all the places ASL calls home. It seemed fitting that we start with the ASL’s home town, Richmond, Virginia. Millie’s Diner opened in May of 1989 in Richmond’s historic Church Hill neighborhood. While the outside Read more The post Richmond Restaurant Spotlight: Millie’s Diner appeared first on ASL.
In honor of yesterday’s Fat Tuesday, we wanted to share a recipe that will transport you straight to New Orleans — gumbo. Gumbo is the official state cuisine of Louisiana. Some of the first written recipes for gumbo date back to 1885. It is a combination of West African and Read more The post Gumbo: Soul Food of the South appeared first on ASL.
It’s a restaurant…it’s a vehicle…nope, it’s a food truck, and it needs coverage too. When you take two insurable things — like a vehicle and a restaurant — and combine them, you may not know where to begin when it comes to insuring the business. However, your clients who own Read more The post Covering a Food Truck? Here’s What You Need to Know! appeared first on ASL.
If you’re still relying on cold calls and knocking on doors to generate sales — you’re willingly letting money pass you by. If cold calls and office visits aren’t cutting it for you, where do you turn? Social media. Does that answer surprise you? It shouldn’t. Research by LeadSift showed Read more The post How to Grow Your Insurance Business with Social Media appeared first on ASL.
Buying a house is a very personal matter for both the buyer and the seller. Parties often rely on the expert help of a real estate professional in order to navigate the often confusing ins and outs of the process. What happens when that relationship turns sour? Consider the following. Read more The post 6 Common Reasons Real Estate Agents Get Sued appeared first on ASL.
One of your top clients receives a gift that she’s been eyeing for months — a platinum and diamond necklace. The next day she calls your office and asks a very important question, “What happens if my necklace is lost or stolen from my home?” Clients often have questions when Read more The post 3 Questions About Valuable Article Insurance appeared first on ASL.