National Geographic : 1965 Dec
An iEtna Casualty agent will work like a dog to earn your insurance ... but please don't just "throw him a bone!" If you split up your business insurance among sev eral agents, you're really not doing any one of them a "favor". You're just throwing each of them a bone. And, as a result, no one has overall responsi bility for seeing that you're properly protected. There's only one way to make sure your insur ance is as airtight as possible. Turn it all over to one experienced professionalwho will earn the right to handle it. An Etna Casualty agent is this kind of expert. You can depend on him to take charge of your complete program - business and personal. He'll stay in touch regularly . .. see to it that as your needs change, your insurance is kept up to date. He'll advise you on rate changes and new pol- icies . . . step in to help straighten things out in a hurry when you have a loss. And he'll have the back ing of the entire Etna Casualty organization. It's a good team to have working for you. Look in the Yellow Pages for an AEtna Casualty agent. You'll find he's eager to earn your insurance. We even have a name for this businesslike approach. We call it P.S. - Personal Service. Conserve your working capital with Budget-Rite, AEtna Casualty's new, low-cost monthly payment plan. It's simple, convenient - the finest plan of its kind in the industry. Be sure to ask for details. LI FE & CASUALTY Don't miss "National Geographic: Miss Goodall and the Wild Chimpanzees" on CBS-TV, Wednesday evening Dec. 22. ETNA CASUALTY ANDSURETY COMPANY, /Etna Life Insurance Company, Standard Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.