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Westfield Allstate Agency Celebrates Grand Opening at New Location

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Ron Bansky & Associates Allstate Agency held a ribbon cutting with Mayor Skibitsky, the Downtown Westfield Corporation, the GWACC, friends and family. Credits: Jackie Lieberman
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Allstate Agent Ron Bansky and Mayor Andy Skibitsky. Credits: Jackie Lieberman
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Brian Richard, Jack Clarke, Ron Bansky, Dale Schueller and John Kane. Credits: Jackie Lieberman
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John Kane, president of Allstate New Jersey Insurance Company; Ron Bansky; & Dale Schueller, regional sales leader for Allstate New Jersey Insurance Company. Credits: Jackie Lieberman
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WESTFIELD, NJ — Ron Bansky and Associates Allstate Agency celebrated its move from the circle in Downtown Westfield to the newly renovated 100-year-old Victorian house at 502 East Broad St. with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday. Among the attendees were Mayor Andy Skibitsky, representatives of the Downtown Westfield Corporation, members of the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce, friends and family.

"My agency team and I are excited to finally be in our new building,” owner Ron Bansky said. “It was great to see so many of our friends and customers at our open house. We were also grateful for the support from Allstate, the town of Westfield, the Westfield Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Westfield Corporation. We look forward to serving our customers and the community for years to come at our new location. "

The agency is known for its good work in the community and is the sponsor of TAPinto Westfield’s Athlete of the Week series. Each week, when customers call them at 908-301-0711 for a new auto, home or life insurance quote and mention the Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week, they make a $25 contribution to the Westfield Boosters Association.

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