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The Program: October 2014 California Newsletter

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The Mighty October 6 - One for the Record Books

It's Monday, October 6, 2014. What are you going to do today? Will it go down in the record books as the most important day of your life? We believe in making every day great but we also realize Monday s can be especially hard. So here are some interesting things that happened on this day in history so you can live vicariously through another person s October 6th glory. It was on October 6, 1882 that the very first World Series baseball game was played. Cincinnati beat Chicago 4-0. Over the pond, the famous cabaret Moulin Rouge in Paris was opened on October 6, 1889 bringing us the lively can-can dance. For those in need of more mushy breakfast food, Nabisco Foods served up their first bowl of Cream of Wheat. In 1967, the hippies of San Francisco felt the need to officially mark the end of their era with a funeral thrown on the famous Haight-Ashbury corner. We of course want to make sure your Monday, October 6th is left on a high note so we leave you with this: today is the 18th wedding anniversary for country music legends Faith Hill and Tim McGraw. Have a happy Monday and make it one for the record books! More >>

Are Your Commercial Auto Rates Rising? Quote ARROWHEAD in California

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Marine Leadership Announcement

The Arrowhead executive management team has announced that effective immediately, Tim Grant, chief marketing officer of Arrowhead, will assume the role of president of the Marine Program. Son Nguyen, the former head of Marine, has left Arrowhead to pursue other opportunities and we wish him well. We believe Tim s experience and expertise in marketing makes him uniquely qualified to lead the Marine Program as it grows its top line written premium and revenue. Tim will continue to maintain some of his corporate marketing duties. Tim, along with the Marine team, will continue to operate out of the Irvine, CA office. Tim can be contacted via email at More >>

Keep Your Competitive Edge for Workers' Comp

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The Program: CA Newsletter September 2014

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Carrier-Friendly Supplemental Applications Make Quoting Easier

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How to Not Panic After Returning From a Long Weekend

Remember last Friday afternoon, the day our long Labor Day weekend began? Remember the sense of freedom we felt and how we eyeballed the clock all day waiting for the magic hour when we could break free and leave our desks in our dust? Well, now it's Tuesday and for some of us we're now experiencing dread and anxiety getting back to the grind. How do we combat the Tuesday-after blues? We found a few blogs that address this issue and offer helpful tips. Our favorite is from Kevin Purdy at Fast Company. Kevin says we need to clean up our space before leaving for the long weekend to create a calm zen-like atmosphere when we return. We also need to make a practical to-do list giving ourselves enough time to complete our projects. How do you handle the back-to-work blues? Leave a comment below or let us know on our Facebook wall. More >>

Labor Day Holiday Hours

In observance of the Labor Day holiday, our offices will close early today, Friday, August 29, at 3:00 PM. Our offices will be closed on Labor Day, but will reopen at our normal time on Tuesday, September 1. How did Labor Day start? According to our U.S. Department of Labor, Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country. No matter how you celebrate this weekend, be safe and have fun. More >>

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