Free chip repairs, child IDs for clients this weekend at Hauglie Insurance

Kevin Hauglie Agency will be hosting a Client Appreciation Event this Saturday, July 20, at their Fall City location.

From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. they will be offering free rock chip repairs in partnership with Safelite Autoglass and free M.I.L.K. digital IDs to their clients, thanking them for their continued support and patronage.

“Since 1985, we have had the privilege of serving our neighbors and community members throughout the Snoqualmie Valley and State of Washington," states Hauglie. "My entire team never takes for granted the trust and faith that is placed in us by those we serve. Thank you for your confidence and trust. We will never take it for granted.”

In addition to free rock chip repairs, the Kevin Hauglie Agency will also provide free M.I.L.K. (Managing Information on Lost Kids) Digital IDs to provide parents and caregivers a convenient location to store a digital photo and identification information regarding their children or loved ones should they become lost or missing.

This data is then stored in the privacy of the user’s computer. Should a person become lost or missing, with just a click, their M.I.L.K. Digital ID can be printed or sent via email to the proper authorities and forwarded to National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), initiating the Amber Alert system.

The Hauglie Agency represents Farmers’ member companies in automobile, homeowner, flood, life, financial products and business insurance.

Kevin and his wife, Laurie, started the agency together in Fall City in 1985. Today, along with their daughter Angela Donaldson and team of licensed professionals, they have three offices serving the Snoqualmie Valley in Fall City, downtown Snoqualmie and Duvall.



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