No two families are alike, and their insurance policies shouldn’t be either.
We recommend policies and appropriate coverage for your unique situation.
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The Twin Cities Insurance Group is a Nationwide Insurance agency serving the beautiful state of Minnesota since 2006.
We pride ourselves on one-on-one customer service and will work with you to identify and assess your insurance needs, explain the options available, and help you choose a policy that provides superior protection.
We are honored to be an On Your Side® Certified Agency which we earn through our ongoing commitment to truly exceptional service to our customers.
What does it mean to be On Your Side® Certified?
- Our staff is highly trained to provide you with only the best service.
- We take the time to explain insurance – without jargon.
- We carefully customize your insurance program to fit your unique needs.
- We provide a Nationwide On Your Side® Review to ensure you have the protection you need as your life changes.
Whatever your situation, our professional staff can help you address and understand your available choices.
The “difference” is our Team!
Do you remember the movie Ground Hog Day? The one with the infamous Ned Ryerson character. Whether Ned makes you laugh or wince, or simply makes you want to run the other direction, he represents the stereotype of my chosen profession, the Insurance Agent.
You have to love him a bit because he cares so much about selling insurance. But on the other hand he’s a consumer’s nightmare, the sales guy who won’t go away, the one who cares more about making the sale than he cares about the needs of his client.
In addition to the pushy sales person we also have the competition in the form of Flo, Cavemen, and Lizards. What we are at Twin Cities Insurance Group is real. We take pride in being honest and professional. And isn’t that what you want your insurance agent to be? We strive to work individually with each of our clients to be sure they have the right protection for their situation…and every situation is different!
Insurance is an important part of our lives. Some of it is mandatory; e.g., auto and home insurance, but many others are not; e.g., life and health. And it’s those others that are as equally important as the mandatory.