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May Insurance - Insuring Princeton and All of West Virginia and Virginia

Uniquely positioned in Princeton WV, behind Princeton Community Hospital, on New Hope Road, the agency will be serving West Virginia and Virginia, as Mercer County is bordered by three Virginia Counties and four West Virginia counties. We are a full service insurance agency, offering Auto insurance, Home insurance, Life insurance and Business insurance.

As a long term resident of Mercer County, I’m excited to be able to offer the community a local and personal alternative, to assist them in all their insurance needs. As a husband and a father of three, I understand the need for the people in our community to be fully assured that all the things they have worked so hard for, is properly protected, and that their family will be taken care of, on a long term basis. Coming from a local District Manager and a Retail store manager role, I have a very deep passion for helping the people in our community, with not only their personal interests, but with all their business endeavors as well.

Hometown service is our specialty.

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Erie Insurance has been helping customers since 1925 with their auto, home, business, and life insurance needs.
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Brian May
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