MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - State Farm recognizes that with everyone staying home more and driving less, there are fewer accidents.
The company has announced the "Good Neighbor Relief Program" which is returning $2 billion in dividends to auto policyholders with policies in force from March 20 to May 31, the company stated.
On average, most customers will see a 25% policy credit, said the company. Credits will be applied automatically and customers won't have to take any action to participate in the relief program.
“Having worked for State Farm for over 26 years, I’m not surprised that we’re stepping up when our customers need us the most", said State Farm Agent Teri DiGrande. "It’s what we do. We’re always there to help our customers and our communities when they need us the most".
"I’m grateful to be a part of a company that truly cares about their customers and employees the way State Farm does. Giving back $2 Billion in return to our automobile policyholders is just one way we’re able to give back, said DiGrande. "We’ve also donated millions to nonprofits who are supporting COVID-19 relief efforts, as well as created a matching gift program to help employees support local organizations impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.
"These are just a few ways our leadership has decided to “be there” for us through this; one of the most challenging of times," she said.
In times of need, Teri is there for you. They are doing virtual appointments. Call for a quote today at 973-285-5558
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