Charlson & Wilson Insurance Agency, Inc. announced today that it is launching a branding campaign featuring a new logo and redesigned brand identity.
“We knew we needed to unveil a new look for our agency,” President Mike Widman said. “Our logo is more relevant for an agency with our long and rich history and it also helps to position us as we continue to grow.”
Long-time employee Jeff Kruse said, “This new logo better reflects our commitment to our clients and to our community. We also believe it’s a look that will reinforce our core values and our dedication to our clients.”
C&W Insurance will immediately begin rolling out the new branding across its platforms, products and services.
In conjunction with the design of its new logo, C&W Insurance has also launched a completely re-designed website and will soon begin a digital marketing campaign.
About C&W Insurance:
C&W Insurance, f/k/a Charlson & Wilson Insurance Agency, is one of the largest independent insurance agencies in the greater Flint Hills region. Started in 1929 by Sam Charlson and Robert Wilson, it has grown exponentially since its humble beginnings. It remains a locally-owned agency. With 13 full-time employees, it continues to serve Manhattan and surrounding communities by providing a variety of insurance products at competitive prices while never losing focus on providing a great client experience.
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Take it one room at a time. Deciding to clean or organize your entire home can quickly get overwhelming. If you focus on just one area or room, then move to another only when you’re finished, you’ll likely work more efficiently.
Follow the six-month rule. Generally, if you haven’t used something in six months (with the exception of seasonal items), it’s a good idea to consider throwing it away or donating it.
Don’t forget the kitchen. Just like other rooms, your kitchen likely has things that haven’t been used in some time — and this includes food in the refrigerator or freezer. Give those appliances a thorough cleaning and get rid of anything you won’t be eating. Don’t forget to move your refrigerator and vacuum its coils to improve its efficiency.
Set yourself up for success. Paper clutter is something we all could probably cut back on pretty easily. Setting up a few recycling bins throughout the house gives you a convenient alternative to just setting that old magazine or paperwork down somewhere and watching the pile grow.
Make some money! Of course, the spring cleaning garage sale is a tradition for many homeowners, and can be a great way to bring in some extra income. Talk about a win-win situation — you get rid of stuff you don’t need, and someone pays you for it!
Stay safe. When you’re cleaning or maintaining your home, be mindful of the physical risks involved. Lift with your leg muscles, not your back. Avoid prolonged repetitive motions. Use ladders, lawnmowers and other dangerous tools with caution.