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August Newsletter

Staff Spotlight - Shannon Rudder

Shannon is one of our talented and friendly Insurance Service representatives. She's been with Apollo for over 10 years and loves what she does. She's a pro at answering insurance questions, giving advice about the right protection for every individual situation and lifestyle and more importantly making the sometimes daunting world of insurance easy for our customers.

When Shannon isn't helping customers, she enjoys quality time with her husband Rick, her 3 children, RJ, Shawn and Sarah and her 2 adorable dogs, Sherman, an English bulldog with a personality all his own and an 11 year old rescue, Bella, a happy-go-lucky pug. Shannon is passionate about animal rescue and in her spare time, she and her daughter Sarah volunteer at the Rancho Cucamonga & Upland Animal Shelters.  Shannon also enjoys barbecuing with the family and visiting all the great amusement parks and attractions that Southern California has to offer. Shannon is such a vibrant person and you can tell this by the way she cares about her community and her customers.

Hopefully you'll have the chance to speak with Shannon if you haven't already had the pleasure.

Introducing The New Apollo Website! 

We have just redesigned the Apollo website to be mobile friendly which means you can take us with you wherever you go!
Now it will be easier than ever to navigate around, get quotes, sign into your account or look up insurance information from your phone or laptop! You can always turn to us for timely, educational information, insurance tools and resources. 

We hope you can take the time to check it out.  Just click here

Please tell your friends and family about us too!

If you can, please take a moment to let us know what you think. Click here to send us your thoughts, comments or kudos!  We designed the website with you in mind, so we want to be sure you're happy!

Get the Most of of Your RV this Summer!  

There’s nothing quite like taking a road trip in an RV. Whether you’re headed to somewhere local or somewhere across the country this summer, we at Apollo Insurance Services want you to get the most out of your travels.
Have a plan (and maps or a GPS). One of the reasons you’re traveling in an RV, no doubt, is for the adventure. But while the freedom to go wherever you want can be exciting, getting lost isn’t (at least for most people). You’ll cut down on frustration if you know where you’re headed.

Pack the right things. We’ve all forgotten to pack something while going on vacation. And buying new items at your destination can add up. So make a packing list, and remember that it’s not all about clothes and toiletries. Don’t forget your favorite road music or DVDs to watch at night. And if you’ve got kids with you, be sure to pack games and other things to entertain them. 

But don’t pack everything. Of course, just because you have an RV doesn’t mean you should bring all of your possessions on vacation with you.

Be prepared for anything. You should have a first-aid kit in the RV, as well as some tools for smaller repairs. And if you’re traveling a long distance, why not bring some local items from your hometown to give as gifts when you make new friends? 

Limit the driving. It’s tiring enough driving a car hundreds of miles a day, let alone an RV, so give yourself plenty of rest and don’t overdo the driving.
You’ve got a summer full of fun ahead in your RV. We wish we were coming with you! Here’s hoping for smooth and safe travels.
And don’t forget, we can help you get the right insurance coverage for your RV (and everything else). Give us a call at 800.426.1088, option 2 today!

Try these fresh strawberry popsicles!

Perfect for hot summer days or for just getting one of your 5 fruits per day. Try this healthy, natural and refreshing recipe.

Whizz up 250g ripe strawberries, 100ml natural yogurt (or apple or orange juice) and 1 teaspoon honey in a blender or food processor. Taste, and add a little more honey if you think you need to. Divide the strawberry mixture between 4 popsicle molds, Then pop a stick into each one. Put the popsicles in the freezer for at least 4 hours or until solid.