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The Bloom Agency, Inc. - Ronkonkoma, New York

The Bloom Agency, Inc. Provides Auto / Car Insurance, Home Insurance, Business / Commercial Insurance, and Brewery Insurance Nationwide

The Bloom Agency, Inc. is dedicated to providing the ultimate customer service experience paralleled by a complete sense of security when it comes to your insurance needs.  We are committed to providing personalized service and great attention to detail for any business or individual with the speed and accuracy that you expect from your agent.

With insurance products ranging from auto and home insurance to brewery and boat insurance, our agency will find the best policy to suit your insurance needs.

Our Primary Agency Objectives:

  • Provide personal attention to each client and establish long-term professional relationships.
  • Listen to our clients concerns and assess their needs on an individual basis.
  • Offer creative & comprehensive insurance solutions to protect our clients family, business, & assets.
  • Service our clients in a timely and professional manner.
  • Constantly strive for excellence in the service we provide to our clients.
  • Give back to our community, as well as operate an energy efficient and “green” business.

We provide all lines of insurance including auto insurance, home insurance, business & commercial insurance, brewery insurance, and life insurance services Nationwide. We have you covered.

  • Joe DeSantis
    Great company to work with!
  • DV
    I highly recommend him!
  • Diana Puzio
    He is so helpful, the BEST AGENT EVER!!!
  • JD
    I’d recommend him again and again.
  • TJ
    Michael is a great resource.
 

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Specializing In Brewery Insurance

We pride ourselves on making this process simple so that you can get back to brewing that great beer.
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