BC Business magazine features front row insurance on holiday party event liability

Posted by David McLeish on Nov 27, 2018 9:50:27 AM

 

Front Row's President & CEO David Hamilton recently contributed the following guest article to BC Business Magazine, and we wanted to share this here with our community. As many of you are gearing up to plan holiday events and parties, these tips will make sure you're prepared - even if the party gets a little crazy!

 

Planning this year's holiday office party? Prepare for the unexpected

We’ve all had (or been) that coworker who has a little too much fun and does something they completely regret the day after the annual holiday office party. If you’re on the event planning team for this year’s holiday party, it’s in your best interest to be prepared for every possible scenario as you prepare for office shenanigans.... 

CLICK HERE to read the full article at BC Business Magazine. 

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Wrap Party - Event Insurance Policy

Posted by Casey Budden on Nov 5, 2018 12:21:47 PM

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It’s a Trip…a Trap…We Mean, a Wrap!

It seems your lead actor (let’s call him Frankie Awesome) has done it again. You see, Frankie is a terrific actor, but a disastrous human being. He cannot be let loose in polite company without something absolutely terrible happening. Nothing, from the neighborhood cat to your favorite plate glass window, is safe from his catastrophic, and frequent, accidents. It’s no mistake that Frankie’s other nickname is “The Master of Disaster.”

Oh, Frankie. This time, the big klutz managed to wind his legs together and crash headlong into a rented tent. What fun! Now you have a table of horrified actors suddenly very unprepared for the weather, watching in real time as their seafood turns into soup.

  • Cue sound of screeching tires.
  • Cue stylus scratching record.
  • Cue sinking stomach.
  • Not exactly the big, cool sendoff your cast and crew were looking for, was it?

Despite the general horror, Frankie will be okay; he’s an old hand at this kind of scene. But what about your pride, and your pocketbook? Someone’s going to have to pay for those tents…and the dry cleaning.

You carried all the right insurance all the way along, but entertainment package policies don’t cover wrap parties and you didn’t think something would happen. While you can’t stop Frankie Awesome from being awesome, you can prevent the consequences of his awesomeness from costing you money.

Let’s get serious for a moment. If you could provide peace of mind for yourself and your wrap party for around $200, would you do it? Front Row offers an event liability policy which will ensure that if an incident of bodily injury or property damage occurs, you won’t be paying out of pocket. We will, at your request, provide certificates of insurance to your vendors to ensure they’re covered, too. And we can obtain host liquor liability for you if that’s needed (which it will be if you’ll be serving alcohol to your guests yourself). Our Event policy can also be endorsed to cover rented tents and marquees so they’re safe from Frankie.

Without your cast and crew, the film wouldn’t have been made. The wrap party is for them. Make sure it’s a memorable night…for the right reasons. Get a fast & free online quote.

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Event Planning Insurance

Posted by Monica Krake on Oct 24, 2018 10:44:51 AM

 

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 Planning an event? 5 insurance tips you need to know

Planning an event? Whether you’re getting ready for a gallery opening, organizing a neighborhood rummage sale, or putting on a craft show, you’ll need to make sure you have the right insurance in place to protect your event and yourself in case of any unforeseen circumstances.

Though you probably expect everything to go off without a hitch, the fact is, when it comes to planning an event, things do sometimes go sideways and it’s important to put the necessary precautions in place.

Here are several factors to consider, to ensure you have the right coverage for your event:

  1. Does the venue you’re renting require insurance? Venues will usually specify the level of coverage you’re required to have if it’s not covered in your rental agreement. If you’re hosting your event in a public space, or on municipal property, you’ll want to make sure you have the necessary permits to demonstrate you have obtained event liability insurance, to the amount required.
  2. Will one of your vendors be a no-show? If you’re renting tables, chairs, or a tent for your event, you want to be sure you’re covered in the case of a vendor no-show, or any damage to your rentals.
  3. What if you need to cancel the event? Could be weather or illness related, or due to a mix up of some kind; whatever the case, event liability insurance protects you from having to pay all the event-related expenses you’ve incurred.
  4. Are you responsible to insure the equipment you have rented? Take time to read the fine print in those rental contracts. You’ll want to be sure you’re covered.
  5. Planning to serve wine or cocktails at your event? If you are serving alcohol, try to hire a caterer to serve the drinks. Otherwise, you’ll need to purchase one day liquor liability insurance.

If you still have questions about the level of insurance you’ll need for your one-day event, please get in touch! To get a quote online, in only 3 minutes click here!

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Planning an event? 5 insurance tips you need to know

Posted by David Hamilton on Oct 12, 2018 3:42:14 PM

Concert dinner picPlanning an event? Whether you’re getting ready for a gallery opening, organizing a neighborhood rummage sale, or putting on a craft show, you’ll need to make sure you have the right insurance in place to protect your event and yourself in case of any unforeseen circumstances. Though you probably expect everything to go off without a hitch, the fact is, when it comes to planning an event, things do sometimes go sideways and it’s important to put the necessary precautions in place. Here are several factors to consider, to ensure you have the right coverage for your event:

 

  1. Does the venue you’re renting require insurance? Venues will usually specify the level of coverage you’re required to have if it’s not covered in your rental agreement. If you’re hosting your event in a public space, or on municipal property, you’ll want to make sure you have the necessary permits to demonstrate you have obtained event liability insurance, to the amount required.
  2. Will one of your vendors be a no-show? If you’re renting tables, chairs, or a tent for your event, you want to be sure you’re covered in the case of a vendor no-show, or any damage to your rentals.
  3. What if you need to cancel the event? Could be weather or illness related, or due to a mix up of some kind; whatever the case, event liability insurance protects you from having to pay all the event-related expenses you’ve incurred.
  4. Are you responsible to insure the equipment you have rented? Take time to read the fine print in those rental contracts. You’ll want to be sure you’re covered.
  5. Planning to serve wine or cocktails at your event? If you are serving alcohol, try to hire a caterer to serve the drinks. Otherwise, you’ll need to purchase one day liquor liability insurance.

 

If you still have questions about the level of insurance you’ll need for your one-day event, please get in touch! To get a quote online, in only 3 minutes click here!

 

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