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Old 06-14-2014, 06:37 PM   #11
David A Saldivar
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Re: insurance

I use K & K Insurance, total for a 4,000 soft space was about $1,080 for the year.

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Old 06-15-2014, 01:00 PM   #12
Brendan McNamar
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Re: insurance

The two biggest insurers in the CrossFit world are RRG & Affiliate Guard.

When I shopped both for my renewal I choose to stay with RRG.

RRG was more expensive but better coverage.

Affiliate Guard was cheaper but the coverage wasn't as extensive.

If I was starting a new small gym today I would start with Affiliate Guard and switch to RRG in second or third year.

When I renewed last time I had a profitable gym with multiple trainers working for me. I was will to spend a little more to have the better coverage to protect myself and my business.
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