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Royal Crest Agency - Tipp City, Ohio

Auto/Car Insurance, Home Insurance, and Business/Commercial Insurance for Tipp City and All of Ohio

Tipp City, Ohio Insurance Agent

Royal Crest Marketing, Inc. was started in 1993 as an Advisory organization for clients who wanted alternatives to the standard insurance markets. The organization worked with commercial clients wanting to fund their own insurance programs and as a marketing representative for various reinsurance and “stop loss” organizations. In 1998 a subsidiary, The Philip G. Cox Agency was formed in order to market personal and small commercial programs to the individual and small business markets. This was done through a captive insurance carrier. In 2012, the organization changed its business model in order to serve broader markets and clientele. An independent agency, Royal Crest Agency, was established. Today, the organization is active in a wide variety of insurance and financial services.

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