“Facing The Storms With Norm Thomas” Show Informs Public About Insurance Options

Brand New "Facing The Storms With Norm Thomas" Online Broadcast Show Premieres To Help Educate Listeners About Various Insurance Concerns And Solutions For Their Particular Needs.

Beltsville, United States - January 14, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Beltsville, MD: A brand new online broadcast show called, “Facing The Storms With Norm Thomas” recently debuted to help individuals, businesses and organizations with their personal and business insurance needs.

Many folks often have questions when it comes to obtaining life, vehicle, home, renters or even business insurance for their specific situation. Because each individual or business circumstance is very different and quite unique, having some additional insight about various insurance matters can be crucial for obtaining the right insurance at the right price.

The informative show features Norman S. Thomas. He is the President & CEO of Norman S. Thomas Insurance Agency, Inc. located in Beltsville, MD. “Norm” Thomas has been a licensed State Farm Insurance Agent serving individuals and business clients throughout the Maryland, Washington, DC and Northern Virginia metropolitan area since 1987.

Thomas decided to start his special online broadcast show specifically dedicated to insurance matters to help people learn more about various types of insurance and how it actually helps protect them and their families and even businesses BEFORE disasters strike. Each new broadcast episode (which lasts less than 15 minutes), is available online for immediate listening or even downloading to listen at another time most convenient to the listener by visiting: www.FacingTheStormsWithNormThomas.com.

The global listening audience even has the opportunity to share each broadcast with their friends, family, colleagues or business owners who might benefit from the most up-to-date information regarding a wide array of insurance related topics.

The very first episode of the show was dedicated to the topic of Life Insurance. According to a recently released 2019 Insurance Barometer Study (Life Happens/LIMRA), only 57 percent of American households have any life insurance. During this particular episode, Norm Thomas discussed several important concerns and questions about obtaining life insurance such as:

1) What Is Life Insurance?

2) Why Do People Need Life Insurance?

3) How Much Life Insurance Does A Person Really Need?

4) What Is The Difference Between A Term And Whole Life Policy?

5) Why Is Purchasing Life Insurance Earlier In Life A Good Idea?

6) Why Is The Selection Of The Right Life Insurance Company For Your Needs Critically Important?

The idea behind each episode is to empower listeners to take charge and full control of their insurance matters by knowing the right questions to ask and extremely important concerns that they should address when it comes to obtaining and having the proper amount of insurance coverage for their lives, families, homes, vehicles and/or business, etc.

Upcoming episodes of “Facing The Storms With Norm Thomas” will include the need for Home or Renters Insurance as well as other important topics and considerations when it comes to being properly prepared and insured for true peace of mind.

Contact Info:
Name: Norman S. Thomas
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Organization: Norman S. Thomas Insurance Agency, Inc.
Address: 10601 Baltimore Avenue, Suite 300, Beltsville, MD 20705, United States
Phone: +1-301-595-4347
Website: http://www.NormanSThomas.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88942823

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