Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Randy Ates Insurance Agency

Randy Ates Agency generously advertises with the Rez News. I am grateful for our advertisers and would like to highlight their services.  Below is information provided to the Rez News by Randy. Thank you for considering our sponsors.

Randy Ates Agency has been in business since 1989. We specialize in auto, homeowners and life insurance.
There are four areas that I feel separates us from most of our competition.
First is honest service. We want to treat our clients like we would want to be treated in any business situation.
Second, is the expert advice that we can recommend to a new client. We will continue to advise them when their insurance needs change. This will avoid any gaps in coverage or limited coverage.
Third, when one of our clients has a claim, we will guide them through the process from beginning to end.
The fourth area is competitive rates. No insurance company will always have the lowest rate on all their policies. But we know that when we use the same rating criteria, we will have competitive rates on our products.
We would appreciate the opportunity to provide you with a second opinion on your current policies. We may be able to save you money or offer you better coverage. This would give you a point of reference by allowing us to see how we can help you.
Please give us a call today at 601-992-6000.
Randy Ates has lived in the Reservoir area for 21 years.  His business, Randy Ates Agency with Shelter Insurance, has been in the Reservoir area for over 20 years.  Randy is an honest, godly businessman who works for a higher purpose.  He is a member of Meadow Grove Baptist Church in Brandon where he has previously served as a middle school Sunday school teacher and is currently the head of the prayer team.  Randy is a family man.  With his wife, Lori, of 24 years, they have raised 2 kids.  Kasy, who is a Mississippi College graduate and Ridge, who is currently enrolled in community college.  Randy coached sports team and played the role of principle during his kids' homeschooled years.

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