16 Feb Thinking Thursday – President’s Day
*AIIAB Convention/TIC Party Theme Reveal!
*NEW PRODUCT: MLP now available through Sayata/TIC
*TIC Open President’s Day 2/20/2022
*Cyber Cyber Cyber!
*Dad Presidential jokes and inspirational quotes
*Start selling flood insurance NOW
*Reading Rewards are always available!
AIIAB 2023 Convention/TIC Party Theme Reveal
For those of you ready to start working on your costumes for the TIC Costume Reception, the theme of our party will be Feathers, Furs and Fishing! This will be an All-Alaskan party and anything in these categories will go! More details will be coming soon, but block your calendars to join us at the Alyeska Resort October 17-19, 2023 in Girdwood, AK!
Let’s think about the amount of snow out there…
Let’s start selling some flood insurance NOW before the start of the springtime thaw! We have a feeling we are all going to need Noah’s ark before this springtime is over…
Need a flood application? Here you go! Flood Application through the NFIP and TIC
Reading Rewards are either a $10 Starbucks card or a $10 donation to the charity of your choice!
Bill recognized his risk last week! If you see your risk below, you can choose to send a $10 to the donation of your choice or receive a gift card to Starbucks. To claim your Reading Reward, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cyber Cyber Cyber: Cross-Sell Today!
Two articles for you today to drive home the idea that you should be doing a cyber policy quote with every new and renewal policy.
Hacker attacks on industrial firms increased EIGHTY-SEVEN PERCENT in 2021. That’s seriously a lot of percent! For all the information on this wild statistic from Bloomsberg: 87% increase in cyber attacks in industrial firms in 2021
German airports websites hit by suspected cyber attack 2/15/2023. Reported by Business Insurance today: German airport websites hit by suspected cyber terrorists
You can easily create a cyber proposal by accessing Stargate: If you don’t have access, contact Tim at email@example.com
***NEW PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT***
Sayata is now selling Miscellaneous Professional Liability (MPL) non-admitted surplus lines through Lloyds of London. To get up to 2-5 quotes within 24 business hours access Stargate and click on the Sayata tab. For more information and to see what their appetite and limits are, see below:
February Out of Office
Stacy out today and tomorrow 2/16-17
Kelly out: Feb 24-27
TIC will be open President’s Day
We’re Here For You!
New business quotes: firstname.lastname@example.org
Renewal business quotes: email@example.com
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PRESIDENTIAL DAD JOKES FOR THIS WEEK
Q: Which one of Washington’s officers had the best sense of humor?
Q: Why did George Washington have trouble sleeping?
A: Because he couldn’t lie.
Q: Where did George Washington buy his hatchet?
A: At the chopping mall!
Q: What do you call George Washington’s false teeth?
Q: What was General Washington’s favorite tree?
A: The infantry!
Q: In what way was George Washington like a monster?
A: In no way, thankfully!
Q: What would you get if you crossed the first US president with an animated character?
A: George Washingtoon!
Q: Was General Washington a handsome man?
A: Yes, he was George-eous!
Q: What would George Washington be if he were alive today?
A: Really, really, really old!
Q: Did you hear the one about the crooked George Washington?
A: He committed Valley Forgery!
Q: How did George Washington speak to his army?
A: In general terms!
Q: What was Thomas Jefferson’s favorite dessert?
A: Monti jello!
Q: Why did Abe Lincoln grow a beard?
A: He wanted to look like that guy on the five-dollar bill.
Q: What rock group has four guys who don’t sing?
A: Mount Rushmore!
Q: What would you get if you crossed Washington’s home with nasty insects?
A: Mt. Vermin!
Q: What would you get if you crossed George Washington with cattle feed?
A: The Fodder of Our Country!
Q: What’s the difference between a duck and George Washington?
A: One has a bill on his face, and the other has his face on a bill.
Q: Teacher: “Which son of old Virginia wrote the Declaration of Independence?”
A: Student: “I think it was Thomas Jeffer’s son.”
Q: What would you get if you crossed the sixteenth president with a famous slugger?
A: Babe Lincoln!
Q: How did Lincoln know that the North would win the Civil?
A: After a while, he took it for Grant-ed!
Q: Teacher: “John, do you know Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address?”
A: Student: “No, Miss Frump. I thought he lived in Washington!”
Q: Why did Lincoln wear a tall, black hat?
A: To keep his head warm!
Q: What US president had long legs, a beard, and an unusual smell?
A: Abraham Stincoln!
Q: Where was the Declaration Of Independence signed?
A: At the bottom.
TIC wishes all of our friends a wonderful Presidents’ Day Monday February 20. Per the History Channel, this is the reason why America celebrates this holiday on the 3rd Monday of each February: Presidents’ Day explained by the History Channel
For some great inspirational quotes from former presidents, see this inspiring list:
George Washington: “99% of failures come from people who make excuses.”
John Adams: “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader”
Thomas Jefferson: “Whenever you do a thing, act as if all the world were watching.”
Andrew Jackson: “Any man worth his salt will stick up for what he believes right, but it takes a slightly better man to acknowledge instantly and without reservation that he is in error.”
Martin Van Buren: “It is easier to do a job right than to explain why you didn’t.”
Abraham Lincoln: “Leave nothing for tomorrow which can be done today.”
Theodore Roosevelt: “It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed.”
Franklin D. Roosevelt: “The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today.”
Harry S. Truman: “It’s amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.”
Dwight D. Eisenhower: “By leadership we mean the art of getting someone else to do something that you want done because he wants to do it, not because your position of power can compel him to do it.”
John F. Kennedy: “Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction.”
Gerald R. Ford: “Never be satisfied with less than your very best effort. If you strive for the top and miss, you’ll still ‘beat the pack.'”