Archives for 2015

The Most-Read Eriesense Posts of 2015

Over the past year, Eriesense posts have offered trusted advice on everything from which kitchen gadgets are the most dangerous to why life insurance is more affordable than you think to how to put together the ultimate car emergency kit. With 2015 coming to a close, we wanted to recap some of the most-read Eriesense posts of the year. Here are the five articles that... Read Article

ERIE Donates $90,000 in Honor of 90th Anniversary

  To help close out the yearlong celebration of ERIE’s 90th anniversary, the company recently made a trio of donations totaling $90,000 to three deserving charities. The donations were part of a Legacy of Giving Contest that invited all ERIE employees to vote for one charity in their respective areas to receive $30,000. Each organization selected to participate in the contest supports a cause that... Read Article

Congratulations on Retirement Joan!

While we’re sad to see Joan leaving on December 31, 2015 Robertson Insurance Group is proud to with her a happy retirement! Joan has been with the Carl Myers Agency for 29 years.You could always count on Joan being at her desk available to help our clients She will be missed by many as we wish her a happy retirement December 29th, 2015 by Robertson Insurance Group... Read Article

9 Things You Should Never Do to Your Car

You probably rely on your car every day to get you where you need to go. But how well can your car rely on you? There are some things you should never do to your car. Are you guilty of any of them? Check out the list below to find out—and learn what you can do to give your car the care it needs. 9... Read Article

5 Ways to get a Designated Driver on New Year’s Eve

No excuse in the book will change the fact that driving drunk is not OK. And you’ve probably heard them all: I’ve only had a few. I’ll be fine. I’ve driven buzzed before. I live 5 minutes away, so driving is safer than walking back. Don’t worry, I know where the checkpoints are – I won’t get pulled over. It’s a scientific fact: The more... Read Article