Visit the SECURA Fine Arts Exhibition at the Trout Museum of Art through June 2

The annual Fine Arts Exhibition at the Trout Museum of Art in downtown Appleton showcases Wisconsin's most talented artists that make up our rich local arts community. Once again, we're proud to partner with the Trout Museum to provide free admission to the exhibition from May 4 through June 2. 

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SECURA marks 119 years of excellence

In New York City, work began on the locale’s first section of subway. In Paris, the first Olympic games that allowed women to compete took place. And, in Seymour, Wis., Julius Bubolz formed the Farmers Home Mutual Hail, Tornado & Cyclone Insurance Company.

The year was 1900, and it brought with it these exciting achievements. Why is Bubolz’s accomplishment so exciting? That insurance company became one we know well — SECURA Insurance. This Friday, March 1, our company celebrates its 119th anniversary.

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SECURA recognizes top-performing agencies of 2018 at annual conference

Each year, we gather to honor our top agencies for their outstanding business performance at our annual Premier Agent Professional Development Conference. 

We place a high value on the relationships we have with our agents and we are proud to honor six agencies that represent the best of the best. These agencies were chosen based on their premium volume, profitability, growth and loss history with us. 

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Former farm kids — Today's farm insurance experts

Kevin Schock's Story

Most people would probably consider someone who majored in agricultural studies and minored in agronomy at Iowa State University to be more than proficient when it comes to farm knowledge. Tack on actual firsthand farming experience, and you have a true expert.

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Spreading risk: Why keeping it local isn’t always better when it comes to risk

SECURA’s corporate headquarters aren’t far from its roots on a small family farm operated by the Bubolz family at the turn of the 20th Century. Our first “office” was the parlor of the family’s farmhouse, a painting of which hangs in the Home Office. It’s a powerful reminder of where we started and why we continue to focus our efforts on protecting our policyholders as a mutual company.

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