In this month's issue, read about our continuing Referral Rewards program and learn ways that drivers can help keep roads safe for bicycle commuters. Timmco and Rothert Insurance sponsored teams went head-to-head in the Wilshire-Riverside Little League. Check out some upcoming events during June. Find out ways you can catch identity thieves early. Finally, learn about the Oregon Rail Heritage Center.
In this month's issue, we are issuing the first charity checks for our 2017 Referral Rewards Program. Memorial Day is coming - learn some ways that you can honor our fallen heroes. Read some safety tips for bicycle commuting. Read about how insurance coverage applies when you're borrowing a friend's car. Check out some events hapening in Oregon during May. Finally, learn about Portland's World Forestry Center.
In this month's issue, read more about our 2017 Referral Rewards program and how your referrals will benefit five local non-profits. We have another earthquake class coming up on April 25th at 6:30 PM. Call today to reserve your seat! Four Timmco agents have been recognized with Portland Monthly's Five Star Home/Auto Professional Award. Many Earth Day celebrations are happening in the Portland area. Learn the most common behaviors that can lead to car theft. Finally, read a history of Portland's Pittock Mansion.
In this month's issue, read about how our referral rewards program has changed this year, giving you more say over where our charitable donations go. We have a dog-to-agent match game for you to play. One of our agents is now engaged to be married. We also have a history of Portland's Art Museum.
In this month's issue, read another overview of our new Referral Rewards program for 2017. We're holding another earthquake information class on April 25, call today to reserve a seat. We're holding a March Madness contest and you could win $25. The 28th Annual Northeast Neighborhood St. Paddy's Day Parade is coming up on Sunday, March 19. Learn about what to do to prevent frozen pipes. And finall, read about Portland's Children's Museum.
In this month's issue, read about our Referral Rewards Program which we are extending through 2017. This program benefits both you and a local non-profit. Read about Timmco's efforts to help feed the hungry during the holiday season. See how Timmco agents faired on their 2016 resolutions. Our upcoming earthquake information class is full, but we're planning another for February! And finally, read a history of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
In this month's issue, find out how we did on our fundraising efforts for the Roosevelt High School Scholarship Fund due to your kind refferals to Timmco agents. Learn about our upcoming earthquake class. We also share some considerations you should keep in mind if you're driving for Uber or Lyft. Finally, try a recipe for Cranberry Cake, read about the My Hood Railroad's Polar Express Train Ride, and see our final Portland statue profile.
In this month's issue, read an update on our Referral Rewards progress for 2016. We're planning a class on earthquake coverage in early 2017. Get tips on how to tackle your Black Friday shopping, learn about events going on in the Portland area in November, and read a history about the USS Oregon memorial at Portland's Waterfront Park.
In this month's issue, read about the Roosevelt High students selcted to receive the Gates Millennium Scholar awards, as well as the latest winners in our Referral Rewards Program. Several Timmco agents and their family recently participated in teh Pancreatic Cancer Action Network's PurpleStride 5K walk. Check out some events going on in the northwest during October and find out how to stay safe during your Trick-or-Treating this year. Learn about Downtown Portland's Animals in Pools fountains.
In this month's issue, read about our recent Customer Appreciation Night at the Hillsboro Hops, learn how you can join us at the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network's PURPLESTRIDE PORTLAND 2016 walk, and find out about events happening in the Portland area in September. We also share some back to school tips, the results of our School Supply Drive, and Pioneer Square's Weather Machine.
In this month's issue, read an overview of our Charity of the Year, the Roosevelt High Scholarship Fund. We're holding a customer appreciation night at the Hillsboro Hops in August. Read our alerts about a new credit card fraud issue affecting Oregonians, and a history of one of Portland's most identifiable pieces of public art: Portlandia.
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Your referrals continue to benefit the Roosevelt High Scholarship Fund. Timmco is participating in the KGW School Supply Drive and you can donate at any of our three offices, and we will match all donations with an equal number of student tools! Read about outdoor events happening in Oregon and SW Washington in August. We share some trip planning tips to make your vacation more relaxing. Read a history of the gate marking the entrace to Portland's Old Town.
In this month's issue, read about the latest developments with the Theodore Roosevelt Women's Scholarship Association, events happening in June in Portland and at the coast, gift ideas for Father's Day, and a history of a modern statue in Portland's own Rose Garden.
In this month's issue, read an update about our charity of the year, events taking place in Oregon during May, John Timm's recent trip to Capitol Hill, a history of Mother's Day, and the story behind the Inversion Plus Minus sculpture that sits at the east end of the Hawthorne and Morrison bridges.
In this month's issue, read about our charity of the year and how your referrals will help Roosevelt High School students go to college. Also learn about events happening around Portland in April, an honor given to four of our Timmco agents, the intricacies of condo owners insurance, and a history of the Umbrella Man statue in Pioneer Courthouse Square.
In this month's newsletter, read about George Galati and his dedication in creating a girls scholarship fund at Roosevelt High School. Also learn about events taking place in the Portland area during March, some March birthdays at our agency, tips for keeping your home secure for Spring Break, and the Beverly Cleary Sculpture Garden at NE Portland's Grant Park.
In this month's issue, learn more about how to turn your referrals into real money for our Charity of the Year the Theodore Roosevelt Women's Scholarship Association, and see all of the charities that have earned money from your kind insurance referrals going back to 2010. Find out about events going on in Portland during February. Read tips on properly insuring your special Valentine's Day gifts. Learn about the Paul Bunyan statue located in the Kenton district of North Portland.
In this month's issue, our agency announces that our 2016 Referral Reward Program is going to be dedicated to fundraising for the Theodore Roosevelt Women's Scholarship Association. We also share some upcoming events in the Portland area, our Timmco agents' resolutions for 2016, tips on checking your home for damage after a storm, and profile of a unique downtown Portland sculpture.
In this month's issue, read about our agency's PurpleStride team fundraising results, upcoming holiday events in the Portland area, and agency customers who were recently honored by their home town. Also featured is an article highlighting the importance of contacting your agent when your child has purchased their own car. Lastly, learn more about Portland's Living Room - Pioneer Courthouse Square.
In this month's issue, read about PurpleStride 2015, which is just around the corner. Also find out how much we were able to gift to our 3rd quarter Charity of the Quarter, JOIN, due to your kind referrals. Agents Bill Maxwell, Bob Rosson and John Timm were recently honored by Safeco. We also have tips on how to keep football season fun and safe.
In this month's issue, read about our new Charity of the Quarter, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, and our involvement in ther upcoming PurpleStride Family Friendly Walk on November 7. Former Timmco agent Frank Nagel was recently given an award. Also, learn about our upcoming Halloween Pet Costume Contest and safety tips for trick-or-treating.
In this month's issue, learn about our Charity of the Quarter, JOIN, see a picture from our Customer Appreciation Night at the Hillsboro Hops game, and read about our School Supply Drive Success. Find out about how we'd like to recognize you and your family members for your accomplishments, about upcoming charity events in the Portland area, tips for your departing college students, and read a profile of Tryon Creek State National Area.
In this month's issue, read about JOIN, our charity of the quarter. Also learn about our upcoming Customer Appreciation Night at the Hillsboro Hops baseball game on August 13th, John's recent first pitch at the Seattle Mariners home opener in April, the winner of our Cutest Cat Contest, Portland's Laurelhurst Park, and the importance of checking your homeowners and auto coverage before offering your vehicle through Uber or Lyft, as well as offering space in your home through Airbnb.
In this issue, read about JOIN, our new charity of the quarter. Also read about our upcoming Customer Appreciation Night, John Timm's first pitch at a recent Seattle Mariners home game, the winner of our Cutest Cat Contest, and a profile of Portland's Laurelhurst Park.
In this month, read more about our charity of the quarter, how to vote in our cutest cat contest, the top 5 June Rose Festival activities, tips on staying safe on the 4th of July, and a profile of Washington Park.
In this month's issue, learn more about our Charity of the Quarter, I Have a Dream Oregon, find out how you can enter your feline in our Cutest Cat Contest, see who won our NCAA March Madness contest, and read about John's first pitch at the Seattle Mariners home opener on April 6.
Also covered this month - we provide tips on how to effectivley recycle, reuse, and reduce waste, as well as a profile of North Portland's Cathedral Park.
In this month's issue, learn about our new Charity of the Quarter, I Have A Dream Foundation - Oregon, read about a recent award given to Timmco agent Greg Bair, and find out who won our Cutest Dog contest and get details about our next contest. Also, John Timm was recently selected as Grand Marshall of the NE Portland St. Paddy's Day Parade. Find out why renters insurance is very important, despite being often overlooked.
In this month's newsletter, read about our first quarter Referral Rewards beneficiary, the Theodore Roosevelt Women's Scholarship Association, find out how to cast your ballot in our Cutest Dog Contest, enjoy a profile of an agency client who has been with Safeco since 1937, learn some boating and fishing safety tips from our agency fishing expert Bill Maxwell, and view a history of downtown Portland's Lownsdale Plaza Blocks.
In this month\'s newsletter, read about our first quarter Referral Rewards beneficiary, the Theodore Roosevelt Women\'s Scholarship Association, find out how to cast your ballot in our Cutest Dog Contest, enjoy a profile of an agency client who has been with Safeco since 1937, learn some boating and fishing safety tips from our agency fishing expert Bill Maxwell, and view a history of downtown Portland\'s Lownsdale Plaza Blocks.
Learn more about our 4th Quarter non-profit beneficiary, how ridesharing and insurance coverage interact, the Tilikum Crossing bridge in Portland, and this month's SUPER AGENT Brian Timm.
Learn about the fruits of our 2014 Referral Rewards Program, which raised over $1,600 for local non-profits, a new photo contest for pet owners, New Year's resolutions from our agents, a tip on insuring your more valuable possessions, and an exploration of Portland's Tom McCall Waterfront Park.
In this month's issue, read about Timmco's support of the Wilshire-Riverside Little League, the winner of our Best Costume Contest, Timmco's participation in the 5k walk to benefit the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, Super Agent Derek Ames, ideas for sharing in the spirit of Thanksgiving, and a short history of the Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge.
In this month's issue, read about our Non-Profit beneficiary of the Quarter - the Wilshire-Riverside Little League, our Halloween costume contest, a profile of Super Agent Nick Ritter, tips for making your home safe for trick-or-treaters, and Portland's Sellwood Bridge.
In this month's issue, read about our efforts in support of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, presentation of our check to last quarter's charity, The Make-a-Wish Foundation, our second successful Customer Appreciation Night at the Hillsboro Hops, the results of our Summer Selfie Contest, high praise given to agent Kim Hanlon, safety tips for children, and a history of the Ross Island Bridge!
Learn about Timmco's latest charity of the quarter, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Meet Timmco's newest agent Nick Ritter. We had a great time with customers at the July 29th Hillsboro Hops game. Safeco rewarded the SMART Reader Program with $3,000 due to Agent Greg Bair's efforts. Susan Ames is this month's Super Agent. Tips for making your summer vacation a great one. Learn more about Portland's Marquam Bridge.
This month's newsletter announces the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network as Timmco's Charity of the Quarter, profiles Super Agent Bill Maxwell, provides backyard barbecue safety tips, and announces our SECOND Customer Appreciation Night at the August 13 Hillsboro Hops game!
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Portland Business Journal 11/16/2007
John Timm's father didn't drag him into the family insurance business. He eagerly campaigned for the job. Timm, now the president of Timmco Insurance Inc. in Northeast Portland, wasn't always high on the insurance industry. As a youngster, it seemed neither exciting nor easy. But as his college education progressed, he realized that doctors, lawyers, insurance agents and other professionals are all in the same business.
"Everything is selling. You're selling yourself."
By John Timm 02/01/2007
The last decade has brought radical change to the insurance industry. Customers can now buy their insurance policies from a wide variety of sources including independent agents, brokers and exclusive agents, direct from insurance companies; or from businesses like banks and marketing companies. Just as travel agents saw their ranks decimated as the popularity of online travel providers as wll as airlines and hotels selling direct to consumers grew, some analysts have predicted a rapidly declining role for independent in surance agents and brokers in today's highly competitive marketplace.
by Chris Ehrlich - Portland Business Journal - 11/01/2006
The more things change in Oregon's insurance industry, the more they stay the same, according to local industry officials. Even as national banks grow their insurance businesses through local acquisitions, and as direct marketers that largely depend on toll-free numbers and Internet-based service establish a more ubiquitous presence on TV, in print media and consumers' mailboxes, the state's independent agencies -- or businesses that sell multiple companies' insurance lines -- continue to thrive. What's more, local agents and face-to-face service remain a fundamental and vital part of insurance companies' growth strategies.
By Bob Rosson Professional Insurance Agent Magazine - 08/01/2006
The last decade has brought radical changes to the insurance industry. Today, customers can buy their insurance policies from virtually anyone, and the result is a cluttered marketplace the likes of which we have never seen. Indeed, the typical insurance consumer is barraged with over 10,000 commercials a week through radio, television, direct mail, telemarketing , newspapers, magazines, billboards, inserts and the Internet.
In the wake of this flood of information, independent agencies have....
We know you have a choice when it comes to purchasing insurance, and since 1970 we have differentiated ourselves with the superior customer service that you deserve. Now, we’ve updated our website ( www.timmco.com ) to make it even easier for you to get the information you need.
Designed to reflect our roots as a Portland-based company, the new website contains beautiful images of our local bridges and our skyline. Importantly, it was created with our customers in mind – which is why you will find answers to commonly asked questions and be able to request insurance quotes by filling out a simple online form. Register before September 20 and you will be eligible for a....