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Great Coverage, Great State: ERIE Now Open for Business in Kentucky

Erie Insurance is proud to serve Kentucky with industry-leading auto, home, business and life insurance for the very first time this fall.

Since 1925, ERIE’s community-minded independent Agents have been offering Customers the coverage they need and the service they deserve across the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and South. Now, ERIE is excited to offer the same great products and service to the Commonwealth of Kentucky—a state that’s rich in culture and tradition. From horse racing to music to stunning vistas and so much more, Kentucky is a great state that we’re so proud to now serve.

Getting to know Kentucky

Since its founding in 1792, Kentucky has become known for many things. It’s the place that gave the world the Kentucky Derby, some of the finest expressions of bluegrass music ever heard, American bourbon, the world’s second largest restaurant chain and the world’s former most eligible bachelor. (Congrats, George!)

Today, Kentucky is a thoroughly modern state with world-class universities, thriving businesses and vibrant cities. Yet it still maintains its inviting Southern charm and traditions.

Read on for some of the most exciting people, places and things about Kentucky.

  • Kentucky by the Years: Kentucky has played a major role in American history. Learn some of the key events that have happened over the years.
  • Famous Foods of Kentucky: Have an appetite? If so, you’ve come to the right state. Kentucky has its own list of distinctive (and delicious) dishes and treats.
  • Music of Kentucky: Learn about some of the major music trends and musicians who came out of the state.
  • Top Attractions for Horse Lovers: Everyone knows about that little race that takes place each May. But there’s also a long list of other equestrian-themed sites worth visiting across the state.
  • The History of the Covington-Cincinnati Bridge: Did you know that the Brooklyn Bridge might not have been built if it wasn’t for the Covington-Cincinnati Bridge? Learn some fascinating facts about this ahead-of-its-time engineering marvel.

You can also learn a little bit about Erie Insurance through the years. We and our network of local, independent Agents have been helping people make things right since 1925. Find an Erie Insurance Agent near you or get a quote at erieinsurance.com.

Erie Insurance and its dedicated team of local Agents are excited to now serve Kentucky—a state that’s rich in culture and tradition. Learn more about the state known for horses, bluegrass, great eats and so much more. /blog/great-coverage-great-state-erie-now-open-business-kentucky Erie Insurance https://www.erieinsurance.com/-/media/images/erieinsurance/erieinsurancelogo.png

ERIE® insurance products and services are provided by one or more of the following insurers: Erie Insurance Exchange, Erie Insurance Company, Erie Insurance Property & Casualty Company, Flagship City Insurance Company and Erie Family Life Insurance Company (home offices: Erie, Pennsylvania) or Erie Insurance Company of New York (home office: Rochester, New York).  The companies within the Erie Insurance Group are not licensed to operate in all states. Refer to the company licensure and states of operation information.


The insurance products and rates, if applicable, described in this blog are in effect as of November 2014 and may be changed at any time. 


Insurance products are subject to terms, conditions and exclusions not described in this blog. The policy contains the specific details of the coverages, terms, conditions and exclusions. 


The insurance products and services described in this blog are not offered in all states.  ERIE life insurance and annuity products are not available in New York.  ERIE Medicare supplement products are not available in the District of Columbia, New York and Wisconsin.  ERIE long term care products are not available in the District of Columbia and New York. 


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