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Penn Insurance joins AASP-Pennsylvania to launch new chapter

Tuesday, May 17, 2016 - 07:00
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Penn Community Insurance, a subsidiary of Penn Community Bank, is joining with Ken Seal Eastern Field Director of the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Pennsylvania (AASP), to re-establish a chapter of the association in Bucks County.
 
Chapter 30 of AASP will be headquartered in Perkasie, Pennsylvania and the meetings will begin in May. The chapter is expected to attract 90 members, including auto repair, auto body, detail shops and used car dealers. Penn Community Insurance President Robert S. Bowen, Jr. will be the chapter¹s insurance chair.
 

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"Penn Community Insurance is proud to partner with AASP to help expand the organization into Bucks County," said Bowen. "We are looking forward to being a valuable resource for auto-focused businesses and groups in our region." Penn Community Insurance is a proud independent agency member of Keystone Insurers Group.
 
Keystone Insurers Group has been the endorsed insurance provider to the AASP-PA members since 2002. AASP-PA members have access to an exclusive insurance program including workers' compensation, property and casualty and pollution insurance.   
 
As chair, Bowen will provide insurance counsel to the group while making quarterly presentations on relevant topics such as garage keepers' legal liability, garage liability, workers' compensation and excess liability.
 
The chapter will assist members with legislative issues, and also will offer to members the ability to insure their businesses through Penn Community Insurance and the exclusive AASP insurance carriers.
 
Bowen began his career in the property and casualty insurance industry in 1985. An accredited insurance advisor and a member of the Northeastern Insurance Association, Bowen is a key leadership member at Penn Community Bank and oversees all aspects of the insurance division.

 

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