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The Campbell Group

July 10, 2011 | 5:12 PM
The Campbell GroupThe Campbell Group

| 800-748-0351, Ext. 469 | [email protected]
Contact: Thomas Stauffer, vice president, Commercial Division

The Campbell Group specializes in property and casualty insurance for the beauty industry.

Why we're different: We specialize in this industry, insuring more than 2,000 salons across the United States. Our average savings is 17 percent and our retention rate if 98 percent.

How we work: We meet many of our salon clients face-to-face at conventions, but we also do most of the ‘work' via phone, e-mail and internet.

Catch us at: 2011 International Salon/Spa Business Network Conference.

Our advice: "You should review the need for Employment Practices Liability insurance. Most salon owners don't have this and in the event of a claim, the loss could put you out of business."

2011 wisdom: "Insurance costs are at an all-time low. If you haven't had your policies reviewed lately you're probably throwing money away."

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