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Free Pet Injury Coverage Now Available on Commercial Policies

Starting March 8, 2011, you can provide your commercial customers up to $1,000 worth of coverage at no additional cost when their dog or cat is injured in a covered collision.

One in five companies allows dogs at work, meaning Fido or Fluffy often tag along in your commercial customers’ vehicles. Help give them peace of mind that their pets are protected.

Getting the coverage
Existing Progressive Commercial customers with Collision coverage on at least one vehicle on the policy now receive Pet Injury coverage at no additional cost. New customers who are interested in the coverage should purchase Collision for at least one vehicle on the commercial policy to get the pet benefit.

Unleash your sales potential
Pet Injury coverage makes it easier for you to gain new customers and retain existing customers by giving pet owners additional reasons to consider us when shopping for commercial auto insurance.

To remind them, order our pet promotional items, available via the Brand Express or through your Progressive salesperson.

They’ll also receive notification about the new coverage via an insert in their renewal packets.

Here are answers to the most common questions about Pet Injury coverage. Or, contact your Progressive Commercial sales representative for additional details.



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