Dimmitt Insurance and OneBlood Blood Drive

Last week, Dimmitt Insurance employees were able to make an impact on the community through a blood drive. Partnering with OneBlood, Dimmitt Insurance provided a blood drive to help save lives.   A blood drive through OneBlood allows eligible members of the community to ...Read More

Community Values Day with AMIkids

On Friday, November 8, 2019, Dimmitt Insurance employees grabbed their sunscreen and headed to the docks. This particular Community Values Day included partnering with AMIkids for a lesson on the Tampa Bay ecosystem aboard a 65 ft. research vessel.    Volunteers spent the day ...Read More

Festivals of Speed

Our own Ryan Clemens represented Dimmitt Insurance at Festivals of Speed, an exotic car show which raised money for a great cause. Festivals of Speed Spring may be holding out in some parts of the country, but in Florida this past weekend, the sun ...Read More

20th Annual Walk for Epilepsy

In the counties surrounding Tampa alone, epilepsy affects the lives of around 16,000 kids, teens, and young adults. They and their families need our encouragement, our support, and our understanding. Epilepsy Services Foundation is a charity that was established 45 years ago to support ...Read More

Supporting Our Team Members and Their Families

February is National Hearth Month! At Dimmitt Insurance, we care about our team members and their families. So, in the second week of February, we offered complimentary blood pressure screenings to all of our associates and their families. According to the American Heart Association, heart ...Read More

Dimmitt Insurance participates in Toys for Tots

You probably know about Toys for Tots, a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve which distributes toys to underprivileged children whose families could not otherwise afford to buy them gifts for Christmas. Dimmitt Insurance participated in this past year’s Toys for ...Read More

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