Tompkins Trust Company is pleased to announce it will be hosting two webinars on the topic of insurance in mid-August as part of its Community Events Series.
The first webinar on the theme of Home and Auto Insurance will be held on Tuesday, August 17, from 5:30PM to 6:30PM. This webinar will help attendees understand what home and auto coverage entails and factors that affect rates, which can help them make more informed decisions regarding selecting insurance. This event will cover options for purchasing coverage that best suits insurance seekers and fits their budgets. To learn more about or to register for the Home and Auto Insurance webinar, please visit: http://webinar.tompkinstrust.com/insurance-workshop
The second webinar will be held on Thursday, August 19, from 5:30PM to 6:30PM on Small Business Insurance. This workshop will encompass what type of insurance is needed or required to start or maintain a small business and protect oneself from exposures. Additionally, the webinar will explore the basics of what businesses need to have and what might need to be tailored to specific organizations. To learn more about or to register for the Small Business Insurance webinar, please visit: http://webinar.tompkinstrust.com/small-business-insurance-workshop
Both webinars will be led by CIC, Vice President/Account Executive Sally A. Hoyt of Tompkins Insurance Agencies. On the upcoming events, Hoyt shared, “I am incredibly excited to be leading these two very important webinars on behalf of Tompkins Trust Company. It is critical that everyone has access to resources that can help them understand their insurance needs in order to choose the best plan to fit their personal and business needs.”
The webinars, which are open to all, are part of Tompkins Trust Company’s Community Events Series intended to promote equity within the communities it operates. On this community initiative, Greg Hartz, President and CEO of Tompkins Trust Company, shared, “Tompkins Trust Company is committed to the well-being of the communities in which we operate and providing these resources and events are a critical way in which we can give back.”