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R&R Insurance Offers Schools Free Kit to Help Prevent Distracted Driving
FREE Stop the Distraction Campaign Kit for Wisconsin schools and families.

WAUKESHA, Wis., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- R&R Insurance Services is offering a free Prevent Distracted Driving Campaign Kit to any school, business or family located in Wisconsin. The kit includes a poster (24in. x 36in.), two window clings (3in. circle and 4in. x 3in. rectangle) and a pledge card (5in. x 7in.).


R&R Insurance Services will be distributing these Distracted Driving Campaign Kits at the Wisconsin Association of School Boards (WASB) 92nd State Education Convention, to be held at the Delta Center in Milwaukee, WI on January 23-25, 2013. R&R will be exhibiting in booth #832 and #836.

R&R Insurance Services' School Practice Group has more than 20 years of public school district experience and a dedicated Resource Center designed with school district's risk and claims management needs in mind – to specifically help reduce district premiums and save them money. R&R writes insurance for public schools; private schools; charter and church schools; colleges; universities; and trade schools. Additionally, they cover school associations such as PTAs, PTOs, booster clubs, parent organizations, athletic programs, camps, clinics and special education programs.

Known as the knowledgebrokers, R&R has established where schools and other businesses can find information on risk management, claims management, premium reduction and school safety. R&R's previous campaign for the WASB convention centered on the topic of cyberbullying.

R&R Insurance Services is an independent insurance agency offering business insurance, workers compensation insurance, employee benefits and health insurance, personal auto, home and life insurance and individual health insurance to businesses and families in Wisconsin. In business since 1976, R&R Insurance is solely owned by Ken Riesch, and is a partner of Assurex Global.

In addition to writing insurance for Wisconsin's public and private schools, R&R Insurance has specialty programs for construction, municipalities, auto and franchise dealers, hospitals and health services, food processing, manufacturing, trucking and transportation and staffing firms.

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Media Contact: Stephanie Katzfey R&R Insurance Services Inc, 262-953-7238,

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