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Biggs Heads Back to the Capitol: an interview with our COO

At Biggs, we love to bring you stories of our team members’ involvement in community and advocacy projects great and small. Our employee Zoe sat down with Rich to get the inside scoop on his April trip to D.C. for the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA) annual Federal Legislative Summit (FLS). Z: For […]

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Staff Spotlight: Cerena Mann

Every month we like to introduce one of our awesome staff members so you can get to know them better. This month, our Life & Health team member Cerena shares the harrowing story of her close encounter with a bull! You won the lottery! What’s your first purchase? A Corgi! I’m a bit dog crazy […]

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Vancouver City Council gives ODOT 5 suggestions on tolling

An Oregon committee is just weeks away from completing its recommendation for tolling on Interstate 5, and the Vancouver City Council has offered up its suggestions on the proposal. The Vancouver City Council sent a five-point policy framework to the Oregon Department of Transportation and Value Pricing Manager Judith Gray for review. The Portland Metro […]

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Tips for Buying a New Motorcycle

We’re heading into summer, which also heralds the return of motorcycles to the streets – and our friends at Nationwide have compiled some expert tips for first-time buyers. Whether you’re buying a motorcycle for a daily commute or as a way to hit the open road on a sunny day, there are plenty of things […]

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More parking planned for downtown, waterfront

A lack of parking is a quick way to frustrate residents, deter tourists and make a living in an area a general hassle – but despite concerns, most developers say Vancouver’s downtown, uptown and Waterfront Development Project are well prepared to meet increased demand. Concerns are being driven by the Waterfront Development Project and its […]

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Staff Spotlight: Tracy Lovette

Every month, we like to introduce you to one of our incredible staff. This month, our Personal Lines Account Manager Tracy Lovette talks about her family’s heartwarming new Christmas tradition. You won the lottery! What’s your first purchase? A large vacation home overlooking the ocean, but one with a rocky coastline… I don’t like sand.  […]

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Screening Candidates’ Social Media May Lead to TMI, Discrimination Claims

Recruiters and hiring managers can’t seem to stop themselves from perusing candidates’ social media profiles during the hiring process, a practice that can save employers from making bad hires but that carries significant risk. “Screening social media allows employers to look inside a person’s head to see who a candidate really is,” said Les Rosen, founder […]

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12 Spring Lawn Care Tips to Ensure a Beautiful Yard All Year Long

  Admit it — you have lawn envy. Everyone craves their own little patch of grassy paradise, whether it’s to boost their home’s curb appeal or to transform a boring backyard into a family-friendly oasis. Get our top steps to keep your yard healthy and lush 365 days a year. 1.) De-thatch with a rake Thatch is […]

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The Best Strategies For Creating A Welcoming Corporate Culture

Maintaining a corporate culture that is inviting and welcoming to all that work with you and come aboard your company can help your business avoid that almighty culture crisis, which can alienate your employees and make key team members feel like outsiders instantaneously. As a result, your business could lose top talent and have a […]

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Make some noise for St. Paddy’s: pipes and drums to tour local spots

Vancouver Firefighters Pipes & Drums, a band formed in 2009 to promote brotherhood and increase the camaraderie of professional firefighters in and around Vancouver, will perform at several local restaurants for St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Schedule for March 16th in Battle Ground/surrounding area: • 3:00 p.m. at Mill Creek Pub, 1710 S.W. Ninth Ave., Battle Ground. […]

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