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Best Insurance Company: IP Insurance Agency

Location: Fargo

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IP Insurance Agency has been named Best Insurance Company in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What makes what you do special to customers? 

“We are independent agents with over 50 years of experience in the industry. This means we are able to work with a variety of insurance companies to provide our clients with the best coverage at the lowest prices,” Agent Quinn Iwen said. “We have access to many markets to provide you with the policies you need. This access to choices means lower rates, less restrictive policies, and better coverage.”

What sets you apart from competitors?

“We are in the business of service and do our very best to make sure our clients are happy,” Iwen said. “Because we are independent agents at IP Insurance Agency, this gives us the flexibility to assist our clients with any needs that may arise. Many of our clients live in rural areas and we are always happy to meet them wherever they are most comfortable.”

  • Second: Bell Insurance
  • Third: Robin Swanson Agency | A Farmers Union Agency
  • Fourth: Nodak Insurance
  • Fifth: Gate City Bank Insurance

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