It Pays to Have Friends 2017-08-01T14:39:51+00:00

It Pays to Have Friends

We appreciate those of you who have directed your friends and family our way.  That’s why we will now be offering this referral rewards program!

Here’s how it works:

For every person who receives a quote from us and gives your name, we’ll give you a gift to show our appreciation!  You’ll get to choose between a $5 coffee card or a $10 donation to a local charity of your choice.

We’re not finished.

In December, the three individuals with the MOST referrals throughout the year will win our 3 grand prizes, valued from $100-$300.  Isn’t that exciting?!

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The Fine Print.

It Pays To Have Friends is a Promotional Activity by which you may earn a reward if a non-Hagan Hamilton customer you refer comes to Hagan Hamilton and receives a quote for insurance.  In order for you to receive an award, your friend must receive a qualifying quote AND must give us your full name and contact information.  You do not need to be a Hagan Hamilton customer in order to be eligible to earn rewards through the referral program.  You are not eligible for It Pays To Have Friends if you are a current employee or if you are an immediate family member of a current employee of Hagan Hamilton at the time of the quote being completed.

Your reward will be either A) a $5 coffee gift card, or B) a donation in the amount of $10 to the local non-profit of your choice.  The $5 gift card options will be given to you when you are contacted.  The $10 donation will be sent directly to the organization in the form of a check from Hagan Hamilton Insurance Services on a semi-annual basis.  The receiving organization must be located in Oregon, and must be a 501(C)(3).

Hagan Hamilton reserves the right at any time to modify or discontinue the It Pays To Have Friends program, either temporarily or permanently (or any part thereof), with or without notice.  Hagan Hamilton will not be liable to you in the event of any modification, suspension or discontinuance of the program.