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Does ANYONE in IBRBS know what the process is for obtaining a Certificate Of Insurance from the groups insurance company?  I can't find a policy number, I can not find any info on the groups website regarding insurance other than how to apply and pay. 

 

I am sitting on a multi K gig deal, and the event planners are insisting on proof of insurance and want to be additionally insured.

 

HELP... Help...HELP before I end up loosing this gig.

 

 

 

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I would call this guy. He is listed on the insurance application page.

  Insurance Coordinator

    Steve Waters
    P: 702-304-7800
    C: 310-291-5508
    F: 702-304-7898

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I would call this guy. He is listed on the insurance application page.

  Insurance Coordinator

    Steve Waters

    P: 702-304-7800

    C: 310-291-5508

    F: 702-304-7898

 

Thanks Santa Rick.... where else can you get quick info?  FB?  LOL

 

I have a call into him.

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Put in a call this morning at 6 am HST, should have been 8 am West Coast time, no phone call returned.

 

I will try it again tomorrow morning, maybe see if I can find Stephanie.

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Thanks for the contacts information guys.

 

Santa Stephen, I sent an email off to your contact this morning with my requests.  Thanks.

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Marty, since this affects many of us in the throws of the season, please keep us informed about who responds, and when.

<sarcasm> Like someone had to encourage YOU to post.</sarcasm>

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Marty, since this affects many of us in the throws of the season, please keep us informed about who responds, and when.

<sarcasm> Like someone had to encourage YOU to post.</sarcasm>

 

I sent an email off to Donamina this morning about an hour ago..... STILL NO RESPONSE... (tap, tap, tap, tap toes)

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on the Still no response and toe tapping.
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Search Diane Ritchey Figley on Facebook and send her a msg. She knows the ins and out of IBRBS insurance.

Good Luck

S.J.

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I sent an email off to Donamina this morning about an hour ago..... STILL NO RESPONSE... (tap, tap, tap, tap toes)

on the Still no response and toe tapping.

 

Marty,

Who's Donamina? Did you try the contact I provided: Torah Arnold?  

tarnold@kcaib.com  

phone: 702-304-7800  fax: 702-304-7970

 

The insurer is actually : Philadelphia Indemnity Ins. Co and Kaercher is only their sales arm/agents.

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I donno, that is who the reply was on your forwarded email to me (i think)

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  • 2 weeks later...

How did this ever turn out?

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i called Stephanie & in 20 min., I had my COI & sent it to my booking client.

Just have to reach the person!

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