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Believe in LIBERTY SEGUROS campaign

By Tuesday, 10 February 2015 09:32 0

‘BELIEVE in the market leader’ is the main message Liberty Seguros, the expat’s number one choice of insurance company, wants to convey to its ever-growing international customer base in Spain.

The campaign, geared to reaffirm its position as the favourite choice when it comes to insurance, is focused heavily in areas including the Costa Blanca, Costa Calida, Costa Almería, Costa del Sol, the Canaries and the Balearics.

Liberty emphasises its: ‘better care, better service and better insurance’ attributes, as well as simplicity and conven-ience, in dealing with a company that works with over 200 brokers with face to face personal assistance at all stages of the insurance process.

As Iván Ortego, Expatriates’ Commercial Manager of Liberty Seguros, explains: “Many expats are disenchanted at having to listen to recorded messages from a machine and prefer to discuss their insurance needs with a friendly face in one of our offices and to receive advice from an expert in their field.

“Our products include car, home, marine, pet, commercial and personal liability, and are specifically suited and written for expatriates in their language in an easy to understand format.”

Call 902 255 258 or visit www.libertyexpatriates.es

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