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Cook Insurance Services - Insuring North Carolina and South Carolina, Including Lumberton

Cook Insurance Services Provides Auto / Car Insurance, Home Insurance, and Business / Commercial Insurance to All of North Carolina and South Carolina, Including Lumberton

Danny Cook, Insurance Agent / Owner
Danny Cook, Insurance Agent / Owner

Danny Cook started Cook Insurance Services in 1999. Cook Insurance Services writes multiple lines of insurance in North Carolina and South Carolina, including Auto / Car Insurance, Home Insurance, and Business / Commercial Insurance.

Danny and Theressa have a combined 50+ years of experience, with professional designations of CIC (Certified Insurance Counselor). Danny also has a professional designation of CRM (Certified Risk Manager), as well as a Masters in Risk Management and Insurance. In addition to providing insurance, Danny also has been teaching insurance classes since 2008.

Cook Insurance Services strives to provide insurance programs to fit the client’s needs, and then exceed their expectations of service. Social media and the use of technology allows us to communicate with our clients beyond the “normal business hours”, when its most convenient for them.

If you are in the market for insurance, be sure to contact Cook Insurance Services today for a free quote!

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