Archives for 2014

Graduated Driver Licensing Programs Benefit Teen Drivers

I can clearly remember how eager I was to turn 16 and get my learner’s permit. I was one step closer to driving, a privilege that I equated to freedom. I quickly learned that the driver licensing process wasn’t all fun. I used to get annoyed by my curfew and my parents’ refusal to let me take more than one friend in the car. As... Read Article

Ridesharing Services are Picking Up

Click on the picture above to see the full ridesharing infographic. Ridesharing – [rahyd-shair-ing]* Noun 1. An act or instance of sharing rides or transportation. 2. Services that arrange one-time shared rides on short notice via smartphone apps. 3. One of the hottest and fastest growing trends in transportation. According to the Future Advisor Blog, Uber and Lyft – the two largest ridesharing companies in... Read Article

What to Know About Winterizing Your Home

The last leaves are falling off the trees, the holiday planning is getting underway and the morning air has that distinctive crisp chill. Whether you like it or not, it’s almost winter. You’ve probably unpacked your cold-weather clothes, made travel arrangements and put the ice scraper back in your car. But have you thought about winterizing your home? If not, don’t worry. You still have... Read Article

Dimond Family Golf Outing

Join us at the North Park Golf Course to benefit Glimmer of Hope, which supports breast cancer research for pre-menopausal women. Download the Brochure Side 1 Side 2 November 4th, 2014 by Ron Dunn Agency... Read Article

Is a Side Job for Extra Money Right for You?

If you’re not too tired after working your demanding day job, you might consider picking up a side job for extra money (a.k.a. “moonlighting”). It’s especially worth looking into before the holiday shopping season gets in full swing. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 6.8 million Americans work more than one job. That equates to 4.6 percent of all employed people. There are... Read Article