by CeeCee Collins
This month’s article focuses on Insurance for Small Businesses. I’m going to push that thought out a little further and say that Insurance is also very important for non-profit organizations.
As a nonprofit ourselves, I truly saw no need for our organization to carry a lot of insurance and felt (to be honest) that the cost was a burden to our small chamber’s budget. I can say that over the past ten years, we have had to call on our insurance a few times. We were glad that we had a local agent that could take our call, listen, and offer the best solution when we were in need.
I know this topic isn’t as exciting as some other newsletter topics, but I feel the article attached really offers insight as to why it is important to carry the right insurance. The article starts with the basics and goes into a little more detail.
The Little Miami River Chamber Alliance works with many different types of carriers. A few of our main commercial carriers are Bush Re Shea, Saxon Financial, State Farm-Nikki Shah, Wallace Insurance, Goosehead Insurance-Joni Wagner, Valerie Long & Ricky Heflin: Shelter Insurance, and Cincinnati Business and Family Insurance. Just to name a few!
Please don’t leave your business vulnerable or yourself by not obtaining the right insurance. I’m happy to connect you to the agents above. Text or email me and I’m happy to get you set up.
Have a great holiday season!
CeeCee Collins is President of the Little Miami River Chamber Alliance.
She was born and raised in Beavercreek, Ohio, CeeCee Collins attended Carroll High School and has been a swimmer her entire life. She received her undergraduate degree at Xavier University where she also participated on the swim team for four years. She graduated from college in 1989 and began working at USA Today Newspaper as a Regional Marketing Manager. After marrying James Collins IV, they moved to Tampa, FL where she worked for the Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA for 6 years as an Executive Director.
CeeCee and her family moved back to the tri-state area after her second child’s birth. She continued to work for the Greater Cincinnati YMCA for 10 years part-time. CeeCee then pursued full-time work and became the Development Director at Ohio Valley Voices for 6 years. Throughout her years at the YMCA and Ohio Valley Voices she was active in the Little Miami River Chamber Alliance (formerly the Loveland Area Chamber of Commerce). She became the President of the Chamber in 2013.
CeeCee continues to enjoy working at the chamber and keeping up with her three children. She and Jim live in Miami Township.