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NEWS RELEASE: FLOOD AND PETERSON HONORED AT THE 2017 BBB TORCH AWARDS FOR ETHICS

Loveland, CO (April 27, 2017) Flood and Peterson was honored yesterday by the BBB as the recipient of the 2017 Torch Award for Business Ethics.

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FEBRUARY 2017 | BY LYNDA MITCH
Published in BizWest Magazine

Today, more and more people are traveling abroad for business and pleasure.  You can now purchase an insurance policy that provides coverage, services and resources that will enhance your travel security and give you peace of mind.

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NEWS RELEASE: FLOOD AND PETERSON HONORED AT NATIONWIDE SALES CONFERENCE

Des Moines, IA (June 19, 2015) – Brian Schiller, Vice President of Flood and Peterson in Greeley, CO was recently recognized at the Nationwide® national Farm sales conference held in Bonita Springs, Florida, as one of the company’s leading writers of farm insurance.

NEWS RELEASE: FLOOD AND PETERSON RECEIVES 2014 UNITED WAY OF WELD COUNTY’S COMPANY OF THE YEAR AWARD

Denver, Colorado (March 12, 2015) – Flood and Peterson received two prestigious awards from the United Way of Weld County today at the organization’s annual Celebration of Excellence luncheon.

Flood and Peterson Celebrates 75 Years

Together with nearly 100 clients, friends and community leaders, Flood and Peterson celebrated 75 years of business. Since 1939, Flood and Peterson has been as a trusted business advisor to its clients and a proud steward of the community.

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SEPT. 9, 2014 | BY MIKE BROWN
Published in Property Casualty 360

On Sept. 9, 2013, along Colorado’s heavily populated Front Range from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs, a severe cold front brought a deluge of nonstop rain for five days. Eight people lost their lives during the subsequent flooding, businesses were destroyed and two major thoroughfares into remote mountain towns were washed away by what experts titled the “100-Year Colorado Flood.”

SEPT. 9, 2014 | BY CHAREE VOELZ
Published in Property Casualty 360

Colorado’s insurance industry is weighing its options after the latest hailstorm it densely populated South Metro Denver — unusual for the Rockies in late September. What Coloradans might likely see down the road is that hail and wind are no longer covered in a basic homeowners policy.