A runner's kick, do you know what that is?  Consider a race that is a quarter mile or 440 meters.  The "kick" is the extra push, the extra speed, that a runner expends towards the finish line that defies all his pain and the strain of his legs and lungs.  This is when a runner reaches deep inside and finds his greatest effort at the finish line to achieve his very best.
The fastest runner doesn't always win the race.  There are times when the runner with the most heart, the most will, at the finish line will win.  Do you know the movie "Sea Biscuit"?  This horse was smaller and less physical than many other champion horses, but he had a heart that excelled in competition.  His trainer said that if he could look in the eye of the horse challenging him, then he would "kick" at the finish line to win the race.

So, what about insurance?  If you have a good agent, they should stick with you to get you the best coverage at the best price.  They should put your interests first.  Your agent should give the extra attention to make sure your insurance needs are properly met.  Feel protected with an Agent who is looking out for you at the Insurance Place of Orange Park Inc.  Call or see us to get the straight story on what coverage you really have.  Let's read between-the-lines about your current coverage and make sure you are getting what you pay for.

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