15 December 2016

by PTI Media Center | Dec 15, 2016

Event honors firefighters’ endless contribution to community


DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. – Showing its appreciation for the dedication and bravery of firefighters who work right next door, People’s Trust Insurance today hosted a holiday lunch to applaud the heroic first responders of Deerfield Beach Fire Rescue Station 102. This marks the third straight year the insurance company has celebrated its neighboring first responders in this way.
Deerfield First Responders

“Because People’s Trust Insurance prides itself on preparation and rapid response, we truly admire what these incredible first responders demonstrate every day of their lives,” said George Schaeffer, the company’s Chief Executive Officer. “We can’t thank them enough for their dedication and extraordinary service.”

People’s Trust Insurance marks the holiday season by thanking these dedicated professionals for their endless contributions to the community. Vice Mayor Richard Rosenzweig, Commissioner Bill Ganz, Fire Chief Richard Sievers and all of Station 102 responders, along with Broward Sheriff’s Office Captain Robert Schnakenberg and Lieutenant Darryl Stallings in conjunction with City Manager Burgess Hanson and many of the City of Deerfield Team joined Schaeffer and the People’s Trust team at the event to show their support.


About People’s Trust Insurance

Founded in 2008, People’s Trust Insurance has emerged as one of Florida’s top 10 home insurance companies, providing homeowners with affordable Florida homeowner’s insurance rates and benefits not available anywhere else. Honored with the 2013 Enterprise Florida Governor’s Innovators in Business Award, People’s Trust provides a "Better Way" for nearly 150,000 Floridians to insure their homes. With more than 600 employees in its family of companies and an affiliation with Florida’s largest residential insurance restoration general contractor, People’s Trust is Florida’s best-prepared home insurance company and a full partner in policyholders’ recovery after loss.