Scariest Costume = Guy Dressed as “Lousy Insurance”

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“I really should wear this more often.”

-Me, every Halloween as I put on my chicken costume


Happy Halloween!

This Sunday, kids (and an oddly high number of adults) will costume-up for a day of frights and screams (the fun kind.) In preparation, the FISCE has a few Webinar programs that, for insurance folks who aren’t adequately trained for the challenges faced by their insureds, will also produce frights and screams (not the fun kind.)

In our candy bowl this week: Social Security/Medicare, P&C licensees get ethical, loads of stuff regarding autos, buckets of fake guts and (hopefully) full-sized Butterfingers. I could go on but your attention span is dropping faster than a drunk witch from a broomstick so I’ll get to it. Here are this week’s highlights:

  • Zombie-chewed head…covered by Medicare? Social Security and Medicare shouldn’t be scary. Yet, they seem to conjure feelings of sheer terror in the minds of many. Join Chris “Nightmare on” ELMrhein Tuesday afternoon for a deep-dive on everything folks should know about these essential programs.
  • PrAHHH!perty and CasualtEEEK! Licensees: If you’re in need of your 5-hour law and ethics credit, join yours truly and guest speaker Felicia SCAREedith of the FSLSO Wednesday morning and we’ll knock it out together.
  • Because who doesn’t want a tricked-out hearse? Join instructor GORY Wilkins Wednesday afternoon to learn the tricks and treats of insuring custom vehicles.
  • FOR SALE: tricked-out hearse. Instructor Carissa BOOnner is back Thursday afternoon to debut her new Webinar on insuring garage and auto dealer risks. 

For more info about what we’re up to, see the list below and/or review the full Webinar Schedule on the website.

Finally, if you’re an unapologetic lover of our fine state be sure to trick-or-treat to the bottom of this newsletter for a little something special.

That’s all for now. Until the next round…cheers!

Kevin “Halloween = Only Day NOT In Costume” Amrhein, CIC, CBIA

Florida Insurance School Continuing Education (FISCE)

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As Disney World celebrates its 50th year this month, many visitors are making the trip to celebrate. Some will never leave…

Disney parks have spent years trying to deter park-goers from scattering the ashes of loved ones within the park. When discovered near a ride, employees must shut down the ride for “technical difficulties” and use special equipment to remove the ashes and clean the area. According to some Disney employees, the most popular spot for remains is…you guessed it…the Haunted Mansion.