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Insurance can be a big issue!!!

If you are a club affiliated with the IBO you can aquire insurance thru the IBO. One thing that you want to remember is that wherever you get your insurance that you also want to co-insure (usually at no cost) the person owning the property if the club does not presently own it.

A lot of insurance agencies will write insurance policies but your best bet for affordable insurance would be one of the archery organizations.

Good luck -- Norm :) :) :)
 

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We in the past had carried IBO insurance and we then switched to NFAA insurance .... after the prices with the NFAA insurance skyrocked we switched to ASA insurance and our premium cost was reduced to a 1/3 the cost of the NFAA premium... ASA Insurance is diffenitly the way to go :thumbs_up we lease our property from the local park district and were able to insure the landowner( Park District ) for an additional $10.00.
 

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ASA all the way.

They have been a pleasure to deal with.

Not one complaint, and always prompt and friendly to deal with.

Just give them a call and talk to Loraine or Robin in the office.

They can get you a package right out. :thumbs_up :thumbs_up
 
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