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Monday, February 27, 2017

Sales: Hiring Sales Representatives

We're Hiring.
Full Time and Part Time Sales positions available in our Cranford, Elizabeth and Raritan,NJ offices. Whether you are interested in starting a career or an experienced Property and Casualty licensed professional. Every driver on the road and every home owner and business needs to be insured. Join a firm that has been family owned and operated since the 19th century. Insurance Sales is not simply about price, at the O'Donnell Agency it's about relationships, experience and integrity. Bi-Lingual a plus.
Our experienced staff are hired by individuals, families and businesses for over 100 years because we know what insurance is most suitable for each and every unique policy. The public prefer to have someone locally handling their insurance rather that an 800 number from out of state.
Property and Casualty Insurance is responsible for protecting everyone's most important assets, people and corporations NEED the O'Donnell Agency!
Call today (908) 272-3540
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Thursday, February 16, 2017

New York Times Reports Millions Live Where Auto Insurance is UNAFFORDABLE

A recent article in the new York Times reported that millions of drivers live in areas where car insurance is unaffordable.

"The study defined “unaffordable” areas as those where the ratio of the average auto premium to household income exceeded 2 percent. Nationally, the average household spends about 2 percent of its annual income on auto insurance."

Millions Live Where Car Insurance Is Unaffordable, Study Say

New York Times 

New York Times asks Why do some insurers charge drivers for accidents they did not cause?

This morning's New York Times uncover statistics regarding rising insurance premiums and explains why drivers who do not cause accidents are sometimes charged.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Union County Boys Basketball Tournament POLL

The Union CountyBoys Basketball Tournament is underway and you can Vote-------------->
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The best Boys High Basketball teams in the country can be found in Union County,NJ!

According the recent state rankings , 4 Union County Teams are ranked in the Top 5 in state. #1 Patrick School followed by #2 Linden then #3 is Roselle Catholic and 5th is St. Mary's (Eliz).

Friday, February 10, 2017

Cranford Cougars: High School Wrestling Sectional Finals Tonight

O'Donnell Agency located at 416 Centennial Avenue in Cranford,NJ has been a family owned and operated insurance agency since the 19th Century.

Cranford Wrestling Alumni, Pat and Michael Hogan, worked here at the Agency for several summers and are the nephews of our firm's principal Mary Griffith.  In 2005 our family went to Atlantic City and cheered for Pat (171 pounds) as he became the 4th Cranford High School Wrestler to win a State Championship!

Tonight is the State Sectional finals vs. Warren Hills at Cranford High School. The winner of tonight's match will move on to wrestle for the North Jersey Group 3 championship on Sunday. The winner of the North Jersey Group 3 championship will advance to the Group 3 Championship on Sunday afternoon at Pine Belt Arena.

Tonight's Match will be televised LIVE on TV-35 in Cranford
link to Cranford vs Nutley Semi Final Match can be viewed here : Wrestling sectional finals: top storylines and predictions for Friday's showdowns North Jersey, Section 2, Group 2: 
"Warren Hills at Cranford, Friday, 7p, Cranford and Warren Hills meet for the second time this season. In the regular-season dual, Cranford won nine bouts -- including five of six between 106 and 138 pounds. Cranford is one of only two unbeaten teams left in the state and should head to Toms River with a ton of momentum. Matt Smith | For NJ Advance Media"
" CRANFORD'S TOP WRESTLERS • Anthony Capece, Sr., 113, 18-2 • Chris Scorese, Sr., 132, 24-1 • Tom DiGiovanni, Sr., 138, 27-2 • Brian McGovern, Sr., 160, 24-2 • Vince Concina, Sr., 17-0, 25-1 • Alex Esposito, Sr., 285, 20-0"
"WARREN HILLS TOP WRESTLERSb • Kyle Wulff, Jr., 120, 22-9 • Matthew Valli, Sr., 138, 26-4 • Jarod Ostir, Jr., 182, 22-8 • Taylan Zafis, Sr., 285, 22-9"