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Arrowhead General Insurance Agency Named SCRS Corporate Member

Insurance company offers solutions specifically designed for the automotive aftermarket.

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) has named Arrowhead General Insurance Agency Inc. as its newest corporate member. The announcement was made during SCRS’ Association Address on Monday, Nov. 5 by Gerry Cecil, vice president of sales and marketing for Arrowhead’s Automotive Aftermarket program.  

"Our relationship with SCRS dates back to the early 1990s, and we are extremely proud to once again be working with the association," said Cecil. "We have always recognized and revered SCRS’ footprint and what they bring to their members, from advocacy to the sharing of pertinent industry information. We are greatly looking forward to fostering a relationship that benefits all members of the collision repair industry. This is a wonderful fit for us."
Arrowhead, a program administrator for Zurich North America Commercial (formerly Universal Underwriters), provides an extensive range of insurance products nationwide that are specialized in serving the automotive aftermarket. The company says its program has a defined focus to help meet the specific coverage needs of today’s collision repair professional. This "total package" of products includes:

  • Garagekeeper’s liability
  • Used car sales
  • Fleet auto exposure
  • Pollution liability
  • Accessibility to worker’s compensation
  • Consultation on health care reform options

In addition, Arrowhead offers assistance for business owners navigating the Affordable Care Act.
"Arrowhead is a company that is working hard to help alleviate a very real worry for many collision repairers out there, and we are proud to welcome them as one of our newest supporters," said SCRS Executive Director Aaron Schulenburg. "While Arrowhead’s membership is new, the history of involvement of the leaders within their organization certainly is not. It is allegiance from companies and individuals like these that help us in our efforts to educate and promote the industry as a whole, and we sincerely appreciate their involvement."

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