Vigneron Insurance Agency is owned and operated by Chuck & Cheryl Vigneron. We have been dedicated to serving our community since 1993, providing all of our clients with the best customer service along with quality coverage at an affordable price.
We are not just sales people that sell insurance products. Our goal is to develop an insurance program that best fits the needs of each of our clients. In many cases the “best”, will not be based on price alone; but instead, it will combine financially stable carriers and appropriate coverages at competitive prices. Our aim is to develop long term relationships with our clients based on trust and professionalism.
Always striving to uphold The ERIE’s motto to provide “As near perfect protection, as near perfect service, as humanly possible, and to do so at the lowest possible cost.” We are always looking for additional ways to enhance our value-added services we provide to our clients. If you have any comments or suggestions, we would love to hear from you!
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Posted: August 18, 2017Pets are more than just animals; they are an integral part of families all over the world. In fact, American’s love their furry friends so much, it’s estimated that they will spend $69.3 billion this year on pet-related expenses, according to the American Pet Products Association). If you’re planning on adding a pet to your family for the first time, there are a few tips... Read Article
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
Posted: August 16, 2017Here comes the sun… On Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, North America will get a rare glimpse of a total solar eclipse. According to NASA, a total eclipse happens only once every hundred years or so – so it’s safe to say this is a once-in-a-lifetime event for many folks. While a solar eclipse doesn’t bring the type of immediate destruction you’d see from other natural... Read Article