FREDERICTON, Nov. 28, 2014 /CNW/ - Media are invited to join Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), the New Brunswick Association of Chiefs of Police and the New Brunswick Crime Prevention Association at the launch of "Lock It OR Lose It."
This crime-prevention program shows drivers how to stop thieves from stealing their vehicle's contents or the vehicle itself. With holiday shopping in full swing, IBC and partners remind shoppers to lock their vehicle's doors, close the windows and never leave valuables in sight.
- Monday, December 1, 2014 at 11:30 a.m. (AST)
- 11:30 a.m. – Speaking remarks by Amanda Dean, Vice- President, Atlantic, Insurance Bureau of Canada; Chief Leanne Fitch, Fredericton Police; and New Brunswick Association of Chiefs of Police; and, Colleen Parent-Meade, General Manager, Regent Mall.
- 11:50 a.m. – Media availability with Amanda Dean, Chief Leanne Fitch, Colleen Parent-Meade, Guy Ouellette of PATNET, and Linda Patterson, Chair, New Brunswick Crime Prevention Association
- Regent Mall, Food Court (Bishop Road entrance)
1831 Regent St.
Fredericton, NB, E3C 1A2
About Insurance Bureau of Canada
Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is pleased to celebrate 50 years as a valuable resource for insurance information. Since 1964, IBC has been working with governments across Canada to make our communities safer, championing issues that directly affect Canadians and the property and casualty (P&C) insurance industry. IBC is the national industry association representing Canada's private home, car and business insurers. Its member companies represent 90% of the P&C insurance market in Canada. The P&C insurance industry employs over 118,600 Canadians, pays more than $7 billion in taxes to the federal, provincial and municipal governments, and has a total premium base of $48 billion.
To view media releases and other information, visit the media section of IBC's website at www.ibc.ca.
SOURCE: Insurance Bureau of Canada
For further information: Celyeste Power, Manager, Media Relations, 416-362-2031 ext. 4312 (office), 647-384-9872 (after hours), [email protected]