WBI Group is an independent agency located in the Village of Skippack committed to maintaining a high standard of excellence and establishing a strong relationship of mutual trust and service with each of our clients. WBI represents many different companies in order to provide our clients with the best possible auto insurance, home insurance, business insurance, and life insurance coverage and pricing to match their individual needs.
Jeff and Bill have been in the insurance business for over 25 years. They learned the value of proper coverage long before they started to “sell” insurance. You can be confident that you will be properly covered for the most important purchases in your life – your home, vehicles or business – by allowing WBI Group to work on your insurance program.
We offer personal attention, professional service, a broad range of insurance products to meet your needs. We have an experienced staff of conscientious professionals who embrace continuous improvement and education.
Our mission is to provide the best possible service and products at the lowest possible cost. To achieve this goal we have aligned ourselves with the strongest insurance carriers who are committed to our mutual goal of customer satisfaction.
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Posted: August 17, 2017The United States is going to experience the largest solar eclipse of the century on Monday, August 21, and we want you to be prepared. Four states in ERIE’s footprint are included in the solar eclipse path of totality: Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee and North Carolina. The path of totality is a line about 70 miles wide that will cross the U.S. from West to East.... Read Article