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BroadStreet Partners Remains open to Support Its Partners During the Coronavirus Uncertainty

As risk management professionals, BroadStreet Partners remains open to serve its business partners.

Our federal, state and local government leaders have implemented many measures to reduce social interactions to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Ohio has ordered non-essential business to close, however, Insurance Services have been designated as an essential business during this time of uncertainty and we know that adverse events that cause insurance claims will continue to occur.

We are exercising many precautions while we remain open. The following requirements and precautions will be taken:

  • We will ensure employees and customers are six feet from each other;
  • We will have hand sanitizer available for our employees and customers;
  • We have established the hours between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm as separate hours for vulnerable populations that need to visit our office.

The best way to reach us is by phone and email. Our colleagues are available; please reach out to individual members of BroadStreet as you would in the normal course of business.

For general inquiries and information, the best way to reach us is to call 614-993-3011 or email info@broadstreetcorp.com.

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