NEWTOWN, CT, December 12, 2011 – In the spirit of giving, Haas Insurance Agency presented a check for $1,000 to The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life events, which comprise the world’s largest movement to end cancer. As a Hope Sponsor, the company is seeking to give back to the community in a big way as a thank you for the support Newtown has given to owners, Tim and Anne Haas.
“Investing in our community is a great way to give back to those who have helped support our business. It gives you a pleasant feeling of connectedness and the satisfaction of at least trying to make the world a better place. The Newtown community has been very supportive of the Haas Agency. We feel very welcome here,” states Tim Haas owner of Haas Insurance Agency and resident of Newtown since 2004.
Haas Insurance Agency, formally from New Fairfield, has been operating in Newtown since April 2011 and has saved it clients over $115,000 in that time. Already, the company has demonstrated its commitment to the community by supporting a number of organizations including the Labor Day Parade, Newtown Hook and Ladder Firehouse Ride and the Sandy Hook Tree Lighting presentation. In addition, Haas Insurance was the title sponsor for the first annual Newtown Restaurant Week.
The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life of Newtown is a life-changing event that gives our community a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease.
Haas Insurance Agency, Inc. (www.HaasAgency.com) is an independent insurance agency serving all of Connecticut, including New Fairfield, Newtown, Sandy Hook, Glastonbury and Manchester. The agency, through its offices in Hartford and Fairfield counties, seeks to protect people with auto insurance, home insurance, life insurance, umbrella insurance, boat insurance, and all other types of personal and business insurance. The agency represents over a dozen major insurance carriers, like The Travelers, Hanover Insurance, The Hartford, Safeco, Progressive Insurance, Utica First, Main Street America, Chubb, Fireman's Fund, and others.