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Kelly Mayerle - Insuring Richfield and All of Minnesota

Kelly MayerleHello and welcome to my website. My name is Kelly Mayerle and I am an independent personal insurance agent with Richfield State Insurance.

The purpose of this site is to help people find the best auto, home, business, life, or health insurance policy for the best price, offer customer service contact information and links like online-bill-pay and provide an avenue for referrals for both business partners and customers.

I do offer a few companies that you can quote and buy on- line without ever contacting me. This may appeal to some people, but advice from an agent is in your best interest. Also, not all insurance carriers offer this, so you may be missing out on a better rate and a product more suited for your needs by just talking to me. The good news is that you will still get me as your agent if you do purchase online without any contact. Please note avoiding an agent will not save you money.

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