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Kremmling’s EZ Insurance Solutions returns favor to community

KATIE LOOBY
SKY-HI DAILY NEWS

Kremmling’s EZ Insurance Solutions, which represents Advance Benefit Concepts, recently gave back to the community at its Grand Opening.

The health and life insurance company donated $600 to the Kremmling baseball field restoration project. It also was a sponsor with Bear Mountain Ranch of Kremmling Days, which generated another $2,700 for the baseball fields. EZ Insurance also helped fund the town’s Fourth of July fireworks.

“We want to give back,” said Rudy Garcia, owner of EZ Insurance Solutions and Advance Benefit Concepts regional manager.

Through Farmers Insurance it is sponsoring a digital child identification program called Managing Information on Lost Kids (MILK) to help find lost children.

Anyone can come to the office to get a digital photo taken of their children. If a child gets lost or abducted the photo is uploaded into the Amber Alert system, Garcia said.

Until the end of August, EZ Insurance is offering free insurance reviews to anyone who wants to find out if their coverage is complete.

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“(There’s) no obligation ” we’ll just do it for them,” Garcia added.

About EZ Insurance

EZ Insurance opened its doors Jan. 8 at its new location, 202 Park Avenue. The insurance company has been doing business in Kremmling since June 2006.

“We are a company that designs individual and small business health plans, life insurance, property and casualty insurance,” Garcia said. “Most people who get health insurance are stuck with cookie cutter plans … We design a plan that fits them.”

EZ Insurance is part of the parent company, Advance Benefit Concepts, whose corporate office is in Centennial.

Advance Benefits Concepts is associated with American Health Care Plans, the nation’s No. 1 independent marketing health care plan, Garcia said.

EZ Insurance also sells Farmers Insurance.

“Easy Insurance has partnered with Farmers Insurance to give Grand County a full-time insurance option,” Garcia added.

Three people work out the Kremmling office: Elaine Jenson, a customer service representative who also has been an insurance agent for nine years; Bonnie Basemann, operations manager; and Garcia, who has been in the insurance business since 1994.

EZ Insurance also houses Grand Environmental Services, for which Basemann is project manager. The principal scientist is Geoff Elliott.

The company’s hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday or by appointment. Walk-ins are welcome.

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