Ringing the Bell for a Great Cause

It’s That Time of Year Again! You’ve seen them outside of Publix, Winn Dixie, or Walmart. Wearing red aprons, standing by a Salvation Army kettle, and ringing a bell to call attention to those in need in our community. They’re the bell ringers, volunteers ...Read More

Veteran’s Day Luncheon 2018

Dimmitt Insurance would like to take a moment to say thank you to all of the service members who have served this country. Thank you for the sacrifices you make every day in the name of freedom. In order to show our appreciation to ...Read More

The Red Kettle Christmas Campaign

The Red Kettle Christmas Campaign enables The Salvation Army to provide food, toys and clothing to over 6 million people during the Christmas season and helps more than 34 million Americans recovering from all kinds of personal disasters nationwide. On Friday, December 22nd, Dimmitt ...Read More

The Salvation Army Angel Tree

During the holidays a group of Dimmitt Insurance representatives spent the morning working at the Salvation Army for their annual Angel Tree Program. Through this program, The Salvation Army works to ensure that every child can experience the joy of new toys and clothing at Christmas. ...Read More

Dimmitt Health Fair

At Dimmitt Insurance Agency, we strive to make a difference in the community but we also make sure our associates are taken care of (this is one of the reasons why we are an employer of choice!) This week we held a health fair at both ...Read More

How to Assess Private Flood Insurance

Private flood insurance options are increasingly available in some states, but consumers should make sure they understand the fine print before choosing one over a federal policy. Typical homeowner insurance policies do not cover flood damage; consumers must buy special coverage. Most residential flood policies ...Read More

Insurance Rates Rise in Florida

TALLAHASSEE — Floridians are driving more and getting into a lot more accidents, and they’re paying the price with rising car insurance rates that are already among the nation’s highest. Premiums have risen 14 percent statewide since Jan. 1 of last year — nearly ...Read More