Brian E. Lampton, CIC, LUTCF
I Started In the insurance business back in 1990 as a Nationwideagent. In 1997 I left Nationwide and started an independent agency from scratch. I decided that the job of an independent agent was to find the best insurance for the clients. A captive agent’s job is to find clients for their company. I moved the business to Beavercreek Ohio in 1995. I joined the Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce and the Beavercreek Rotary Club. I am a member of the PIA and of NAIFA – Dayton. As a member and graduate of the Certified Insurance Counselors I am required to take 20 hours of continuing education each year.
The agency specializes in Personal service in helping individuals and families and small business owners with their personal auto, home, and life insurance. Not to mention the toys we can cover such as motorcycles, boats, personal watercraft, atv’s classic cars or vintage boats. We also specialize in business insurance for the small business owner. We put together custom insurance programs for artisan contractors, restaurants, auto repair shops, beauty salons, metal works, residential and commercial property owners and many many others. We can help with the Commercial liability, property, inland marine, and commercial auto.
Our staff is courteous, friendly and knowledgeable. We care about doing the best possible job for our clients. We value our client relationships and their privacy. Call Brian or Debi today at 937-427-8444 and ask for a comparison, you’ll be glad you did.
Pat Detzel says
Tell Mike Zwick it does NOT smell funny!!!
Glad to see my car is one of the less expensive ones for insurance against theft – and I HOPE you have me down for being a pleasure driver (though lately it’s not much of a pleasure to pay through the nose to drive to the grocery store).
Nice looking website. You’ve done a good job. I’ll be looking at it periodically. The articles are interesting and a nice component of the site.
Finally, though, what’s an LUTCF???
Brian Lampton says
LUTCF “Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow” It was a series of 5 life insurance training courses, each with a test at the end. I managed to pass the tests and achieve the designation. The CIC is “Certified Insurance Counselor”. This required 6 three day classes and tests after each one AND every year I must attend 20 hours of re-certification to be able to continue to use the designation.