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Happy Allstate Client Rewarded for Loyalty by The Espeland Group in Scotch Plains

The Robinsons and Nelson Espeland at the check presentation event last week. Credits: Allstate Insurance
The Robinsons and Nelson Espeland Credits: Allstate Insurance
Nelson Espeland Credits: Allstate Insurance

SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ -- Little did Cassandra Fleming-Robinson know that just by receiving good service from Allstate Insurance and reporting on it, she would also win a $500 prize.

Cassandra filled out Allstate's ACES survey and was entered into a random drawing and won $500.The survey asks customers questions about coverage, price, and interaction with agents. By completing it, we was entered into a drawing and won.

"I have multiple policies with the Espeland Group Allstate Office and have been doing business with them for about 10 years now. They have by far been the best insurance carrier I have personally encountered and I wouldn't go anywhere else," said Fleming-Robinson, who lives in Scotch Plains. "They (The Espeland Group) have the best customer service I have ever experienced. They have always been prompt, honest, fair and professional. My premiums are always at a low."

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"Not only am I extremely satisfied with Allstate but I have also been rewarded for being provided excellent service," Fleming-Robinson added. "I endorsed the check and deposited it into our toddler son's savings account."

Nelson Espeland of Allstate is aware of the burden that people face when paying too much for insurance, and his team in Scotch Plains aims to provide the best value at the most competitive rates in the area.

Following in his father’s footsteps, Espeland continued his family’s legacy with Allstate by making his services available for residents of Union County. He is a Northeast Agencies Elite Broker, as well as a member of the Allstate New Jersey President’s Club.

Espeland’s commitment to serving the community is evident in more ways than one. His company was named Business of the Year by the Scotch Plains Business and Professional Association in 2009 and it regularly sponsors local events, such as National Night Out. He is also a member of the Fanwood Business and Professional Association and is actively involved with the Summit YMCA, serving on the organization’s board of advisors.

Nelson Espeland's Allstate New Jersey agency is located at 2284 South Ave. in Scotch Plains. He can be contacted via phone at (908) 233-6300 or email at

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