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Capital Risk Underwriters Announces Billy Craft as Director of Marketing

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Craft is a 12-year insurance veteran.

| October 8, 2010

ORLANDO, Fla. — Capital Risk Underwriters (CRU), Orlando-based pest control insurance specialists to the broker market, recently announced the addition of Billy Craft as Director of Marketing.  Michael Schmidt, CRU President, said, “Billy brings a deep knowledge of pest control insurance and the industry itself. He will be a real asset to CRU, insureds within our program and their insurance agents.”
 
Craft, a 12-year insurance veteran, is the former regional manager of LIPCA Insurance Group, a pest control insurance firm, where he was instrumental in designing comprehensive coverage plans for the industry.  He comes to CRU most recently from the Nowell Agency of Jackson, Miss., where he represented a broad base of clients, including many pest control firms.  Craft has attended many pest control conventions and meetings and has completed the LSU Termite Training School in the Baton Rouge.  He can be reached at
bcraft@cruins.com and (407) 540-1400.

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