When you refer your friends, neighbors, co-workers and relatives to Paige & Byrnes Insurance, you are giving us our highest compliment! We strive to provide you with our best advice and service. Referring us to others lets us know you appreciate what we do here at Paige & Byrnes!
We love helping out in the communities we serve, so we decided to combine your referrals with our support of community activities.
Here’s how it works:
Every time someone you refer to Paige & Byrnes calls for a quote, we give you and the person you refer each a $10 Giant Eagle gift card. We also donate $10 to a local charity or non-profit chosen quarterly.
What qualifies as a referral?
A referral is when we get a call for a quote from a person who says YOU referred them to us. That’s it! They don’t have to purchase a policy for your referral to count.
Our local charities for 2018 are:
1st Quarter: The Walnut Grove – The purpose of the playground at TWG is to create a recreational environment where visitors of all abilities can play regardless of what special needs they may or may not have.
2nd Quarter: Butler Art Institute of American Art in Youngstown - they are dedicated to preserving our nation's cultural heritage. They focus on important international artists whose works have profoundly influenced America, as well as exhibits of work by contemporary master painters and sculptors. The museum is free and open to the public.
3rd Quarter: Trumbull County Take Flight – They believe every person in our county deserves the right to receive a basic education. To that end, Trumbull County Take Flight provides free GED services and testing to all Trumbull County residents regardless of financial status. The organization believes in offering a guided path to self-sustaining employment through mentors, coaches and support to each participant’s career migration path.
4th Quarter: Animal Welfare League – Founded in 1969, the AWL protects the unwanted, neglected, abandoned, sick, injured, and abused animals of Trumbull County. The mission of the AWL is to "Rescue, Adopt, Rehabilitate, Educate." The organization recently moved to their new home at 812 Youngstown-Kingsville Rd SE in Vienna where you can adopt a pet, volunteer, or learn about responsible pet ownership.