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December 2016  Subscribe

Here is your Pekin Insurance® Blog Bytes for December.  

This month, we are offering up a plethora of safety tips for the winter season, including carbon monoxide, propane filling stations, Christmas lights, and car kits. On the business side of things, we are sharing tips for maintaining the legacy of your business and improving the curb appeal of your storefront. 

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Christmas Light Safety Tips the Griswolds Would Appreciate

There's no doubt Clark Griswold skipped this chapter on Christmas light safety, but that doesn't mean you should!

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5 Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips for Peace of Mind at Home

Known as the "silent killer," it sneaks in when you least expect it. Follow these carbon monoxide safety tips to keep you and your family safe at home.

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How to Make a Winter Car Emergency Kit at Home

Don't get stuck out in the cold! Prepare a winter car emergency kit you can keep in your vehicle during the icy months.

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Beyond the expected® Blog - For Businesses


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Propane Filling Station Safety Tips

Filling propane tanks can be very dangerous and can pose a personal safety hazard, property hazard, and liability hazard and put the general public in danger.  It is important to know how to inspect a container and how to safely dispense the propane into the proper container.

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How to Improve Your Business Curb Appeal Over the Weekend

There's more to your business than what's on the inside of your store. Improve your business curb appeal to increase foot traffic and sales

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Saving a Sole Proprietor’s Legacy

Sole proprietorships are one of the most common forms of business ownership today. And while many of these business owners are very successful, they don't always give much thought to what will happen to that business they've worked so hard to build when they die.

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