Jennings Bryan-Chappell Insurance Services – Burlington, North Carolina
Auto/Car Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, and Business/Commercial Insurance for Burlington and All of North Carolina
Our agency was founded by Jennings M. Bryan Sr. in 1925. Jennings (Jay) M. Bryan, III merged his operation with Chappell Insurance Group in 2012, which was owned and operated by Jerry Chappell and his sons, Josh Chappell and Clint Chappell. Together, Jennings Bryan-Chappell Insurance Services has grown to include a professional staff of 11 insurance specialists and has become one of the premier insurance agencies in the area.
We are based in Burlington, NC and serve the needs of many people and businesses throughout North Carolina and the Southeast. Our goal is to focus on our clients’ insurance needs, and not our own, by evaluating and managing their risks, while offering the best possible coverage for the lowest possible cost.
Jennings Bryan-Chappell Insurance Services is an independent agency and represents only reputable and financially sound insurance companies. Our ability to approach multiple insurance companies allows us to offer the broadest coverage at the most competitive pricing.
We are a full service agency providing auto/car insurance, home insurance, business/commercial insurance, health insurance, and life insurance.
March 11th, 2016 by Jennings Bryan-Chappell Insurance Services
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