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Jordan Smith

Jordan Smith

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About me

Watching my mother, who is also in the insurance industry, make a positive impact on peoples lives, has helped me as your local La Porte County agent to understand the value of protecting your assets and understanding your coverage. I live in La Porte and outside the office, I enjoy going to Cubs games and spending time with friends. I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural economics from Purdue University. It’s important for me to get to know you and your insurance needs, so don’t hesitate to reach out!

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Bachelor's Degree from Purdue University
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Sports Enthusiast
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    Winter driving safety tips

    Protect you, your loved ones and your car from the wrath of Old Man Winter. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, 43% of all weather-related accidents occur in winter conditions. That means during the winter months it’s imperative to be smart on the road and take care of the vehicle you will be driving in during these hazardous times.
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    What is a cover crop?

    As fall turns to winter, the combines that have harvested the crops are tucked away in barns and the vast fields are empty until spring. But are they really empty? If you look across Indiana, you may not find the brown of plowed fields or harvested crops, instead you may find fields of green. That green field is the newest crop and tool that farmers are using today to help protect the environment and be more sustainable--cover crops.

Granger Office

7321 Heritage Square Drive
Suite 170
Granger, IN 46530-05665

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8:00AM - 5:00PM

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