Sweet incentives with Cover!
Our incentives are nothing but sugar this month: Earn $750 for 10 sales, $500 for 5 sales, and $250 for 3 sales with Cover. Mark your calendars, as this exclusive promotion ends March 1st, 2022.
- Policies must be submitted as bound during February 2022.
- Policy must be new business (Re-writes are NOT eligible).
- Funds must be collected (NSF voids the policy, and would not count as a bound policy)
- These bonuses are fully earned! No charge-backs!
Earn 5% Bonus Commission on Restaurant Coverage
At NEXT, we have a big appetite for restaurants and offer comprehensive, affordable coverage made to order. Our best-in-class plans make it easy for you to write more restaurant business.
Plus, between now through March 31, 2022, we’re offering a 5% bonus commission* on new restaurant policies.
Coverages available for your restaurant clients:
- General liability (includes professional liability)
- Liquor liability: only available with general liability coverage
- Workers’ compensation
- Commercial property
- Commercial auto
Here’s a taste of our target market
- New or existing restaurants
- One to 10 employees
- One business location (can be home-based or include work out of locations like venues or clients’ homes)
- Dine-in and/or delivery services
- Less than $500,000 in revenue per year
- Café, fine dining, casual dining, fast casual, diner, family style, farm-to-table, coffee shop and pop-up restaurants are all welcome
NEXT’s restaurant coverage is available in AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DE, GA, HI, ID, IN, LA, KS, KY, MD, ME, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, VA, WA, WI, WV and WY.
For a full list of coverages, state availability and eligibility, refer to the appetite checker on the agent portal and our Writing New Restaurant Owners: A Recipe For Success Guide.
To qualify for the 5% bonus, restaurant policies must be bound with an effective date between now through March 31, 2022. When quoting, select “Restaurant” for “What type of work does your customer do?” question.