Thursday, September 23, 2010

First National Insurance Agency dba FNIA

Ed Mark
Diane Geiger
Kay Due
You can meet all your insurance needs with one stop in Exeter.  First National Insurance Agency, Inc. offers all kinds of insurance options for individual and business needs.
   Started in the 1940's, FNIA as it is known today, is comprised of Ed Mark, who serves as Agent, Owner and President and agents, Diane Geiger, Kay Due and Alan Emshoff.
   FNIA offers traditional auto, home, farm, business and crop insurance and is available to help you with more complicated choices such as life insurance and long term care.  They offer well known carriers such as Prudential, John Hancock and Blue Cross Blue Shield.
   One of the advantages of using an independent agency like FNIA is that they can offer you a variety of choices, they are not just a one company stop.  They are able to present to you or your business multiple products to compare.
   The FNIA office, located in downtown Exeter is open Monday -Friday from 8-4 and are also available  after hours by appointment.  Their website, provides an indepth look at their services.


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