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Pritchett Insurance Assists the Head Start Organization IN THE NEWS!

Pritchett Insurance Announces Charity Drive to Provide a Head Start to Underprivileged Students

An insurance firm serving western Missouri is launching a charity drive to provide scholastic assistance to underprivileged children


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HARRISONVILLE, Mo. (PRWEB) June 17, 2018

David Pritchett, founder and CEO of the Pritchett Insurance agency in Harrisonville, is leading a regional charity effort to improve educational outcomes for local youth. Funds raised during this charity drive will be used by the Head Start organization to provide backpacks full of educational resources for children from low income families.

“As Agents Of Change, our firm is committed to raising money that will be used by Harrisonville Head Start to provide backpacks with school supplies to 100 local children,” said Pritchett.

The Pritchett team is connecting with local residents to raise support for the charity campaign via an invitation system to help generate publicity. During the course of the campaign, Pritchett has pledged to issue a $10 donation to Head Start in the name of every person who refers in a friend or loved one for a complimentary insurance appraisal.

More information on how to help generate support for the charity drive has been provided here: http://davepritchettinsurance.com/rewards/.

About Pritchett Insurance

As a Personal Insurance Representative in Harrisonville, agency owner Dave Pritchett knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of Pritchett Insurance are provided with an outstanding level of service. Dave and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. Pritchett Insurance also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at Pritchett Insurance, visit http://davepritchettinsurance.com/ or call (816) 925-4500.






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