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Don't miss tonight's launch scheduled for liftoff between 6:53 pm and 7:42 pm! This satellite will help connect US Troops to information.

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Excellent news, Titusville!
More jobs and dollars are headed our way via the International Firm RUAG Space! This company will build satellites for firms such as OneWeb. Production is expected to begin early 2017.

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What can you give today? #GivingTuesday

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The holiday shopping season is upon us, and many of us are searching our favorite web pages for the best deals on the items that top this year’s wish list. Last year, cyber Monday was the year’s single biggest day for shopping, generating over 2 billion dollars in sales. This year, consumer experts predict an even bigger day. However, this online activity is also a big day for cyber criminals.
We recommend that you have us review your personal insurance to make sure you have the right kind of insurance, including identity theft protection, to protect you and your family throughout the holiday season.
Holiday Cyber Safety Tips
-Use a credit card rather than a debit card. It is easier to resolve issues.
-Make sure your computer has updated security software. Verify that your antivirus software is up-to-date with the latest virus definitions, and that useful features like real-time scanning are enabled.
-Update your passwords and make sure they are strong. Do not use 1234 as your password.
-Don’t open email advertisement for sources you do not know.
-Use only familiar websites.
-Check you statements to make sure charges are correct.
-Always log out of websites after your shopping is complete. ---- ---Cookies can often keep you logged into accounts even after you close the browsing tab, an obvious no-no. Get in the habit of clicking the "log out" button.
-Try not to do your online banking on the same computer you use to shop online.
-An extremely important online shopping safety tip is to keep your personal information protected. No store needs your social security number or your birthday.
The National Retail Federation predicts that
51 percent of adults will do online browsing with their mobile devices to find gifts. If you use your smart phone or tablet to shop, make sure that you are only browsing safe, well-known sites.
At American Insurance - 321-268-1008 we believe our greatest asset is the relationships we build with our clients and we are dedicated to being the right choice for all of your insurance and financial needs. We take pride in our ability to tailor a comprehensive package that maximizes your insurance protection while minimizing money out of your pocket.
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Give us a call at 321-268-1008 and we'll give you peace of mind!

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Supporting local, small businesses is extremely important in strengthening communities. We'd like to sincerely thank all of our clients for their business and trust in us here at American Insurance. Protecting Your Future is and always will be our number one priority!

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Tomorrow is the big day. Get out there and make your voices heard!

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Since 1980, American Insurance has been a family owned, multi-line, independent agency serving Brevard county and the State of Florida. We pride ourselves in providing the best personalized insurance coverage with the most competitive rates for families and businesses. Whether it be Auto, Home, Commercial, Life or Specialty Insurance, we work for YOU and not a big name company. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are here to answer all of your insurance questions and provide you with personalized coverage and service. Our goal is always to protect your future and give you the peace of mind you deserve! Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information at 321-268-1008, on the Web at www.americaninsurance-agent.com, or stop by our office at 823 Cheney hwy. in Titusville.

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Space exploration costs taxpayers about $20 billion to fund each year. What will our next president do with the space program that plays such a big role here on the Space Coast?

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Detox tips for a Halloween sugar overload!
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