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Purves Insurance will donate to local PTAs

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May 3, 2011 |

Purves & Associates Insurance Agency has announced the launch of a new campaign to donate to Davis school Parent Teacher Associations.

Purves & Associates, the only family-owned independent insurance agency in Davis, is seeking to write more home, auto and umbrella insurance policies. For each new policy written, Purves & Associates will donate $50 to the Davis school PTA of the policyholder’s choice.

There is no limit on the number of policies or donations made, so if a single individual were to buy new home, auto and umbrella insurance, Purves & Associates would make a $150 donation.

The policyholder does not have to live in Davis for the donation to be made, so Purves & Associates encourages families to contact friends and relatives in other cities and states so they can multiply the $50 donation even further.

“We attended Davis schools and so do our children,” said agency president Scott Purves, whose children attend Birch Lane Elementary. “We’ve always donated to local schools when asked. The big difference with our fundraiser is that we’re asking people to see if we can save them money on something that they’re already buying, and if we can, then we’ll donate to the schools on top of it.”

For more information, visit http://www.purvesinsurance.com or call (800) 681-2025.

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