CAPE CORAL, Fla. (Dec. 2, 2019) – The holiday season has arrived and, unfortunately for some small businesses, that can come with unique risks. Cape Coral State Farm Agents Mike and Dawn Sullivan want to help make the holidays less stressful for Southwest Florida business owners by setting them up with the right insurance policy.
Increased traffic can create a greater chance for something to go wrong. Whether it’s a slip and fall inside your place of business or an accidental injury, preparing for more customers this season can help decrease your risk. A spike in business could also lead some opportunistic shoppers to try and steal inventory.
Small Business Insurance from State Farm protects you with a range of products to fit the specific needs of your business including Business Owners Policy, Commercial Liability Umbrella, Workers Compensation, Professional Liability and more.
“Southwest Florida business owners should look forward to the holidays to boost sales and increase revenue,” Mike Sullivan said. “Our mission is to protect our neighbors and make sure Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Christmas are prosperous and joyous for everyone.”
State Farm recommends for business owners to consider hiring extra staff to keep an eye on the store and keep walkways clear to eliminate accidents. Business owners should check with an agent on their insurance policies to make sure they’re covered this holiday season.
The Sullivan State Farm family is here to help life go right. For more information, call 239-541-3276.
About the Sullivan State Farm Agency
Established in 2007, the Sullivan State Farm Agency is the office of State Farm agent Michael Sullivan and State Farm agent Dawn Sullivan. The family-focused business specializes in helping families and small business owners find the insurance coverage to protect their loved ones at every stage in life. For more information about Michael Sullivan, visit mikesullivan1.com. For more information about Dawn Sullivan, visit dawnsullivan.net. To contact the office, call 239-541-3276.