HAPPY NEW YEAR Fri, Dec 29, 2017

Thank you to our clients and insurance company partners for another wonderul year.
Wishing you all the best in the new year!!
Silvercrest is on Instagram!!
St. Patty's Day Thu, Mar 17, 2016 St. Patty's Day Celebrations at Silvercrest!
Green Clothes and LOTS of Green Food.

Light it Up! Calgary Tue, Dec 1, 2015

In honor of ‪#‎givingtuesday‬ and in lieu of sending out Christmas Cards this year, Silvercrest Insurance has made a donation to Light it Up Calgary.

Light it Up is a fun run/walk in support of Wellspring Calgary. Silvercrest will also be participating in the event in April 2016.


Halloween Safety Tips for Parents and Drivers Thu, Oct 29, 2015

Halloween is creeping up on us....Help keep Trick-or-Treaters safe by preparing children for a safe night out and by being extra careful when behind the wheel. 

Tips for Drivers:

  1. Don't get spooked.  Children may be difficult to see while trick-or-treating. They may be walking in unexpected places like driveways, alleys and parking lots. Others may try to cross in the middle of the street. Make sure there are no small children behind your vehicle by walking around it before getting in. Drive slowly and with extra caution, particularly in residential areas.
  2. Be frightened by your phone. Not only is distracted driving illegal, it's one of the main causes of crashes with pedestrians. With so many children on the road on Halloween night, remember to leave the phone alone so that you can focus on driving.
  3. Avoid being tricked by securing your car. Halloween is second only to New Year's Day for vehicle vandalism incidents on holidays or annual celebrations. Park your car in your garage or an underground parkade. If you park on the street, park in a well-lit area, remove any valuables and lock your car.
Tips for Parents and Guardians:
  1. Add bright to their fright. NO matter what children dress up as this Halloween, they also need to dress to be seen. Add reflective tape to their costume and supply them with a flashlight or glow stick to increase their visibility to drivers.
  2. Use the magic of make-up. Masks can obscure the vision of little ghosts and goblins. The safest way to enhance your child's costume is to use makeup instead of a mask, which will give them a clear, unobstructed view.
  3. Gather ghouls together. Walk in groups to help drivers and others see you and your children. Have enough adults to safely accompany the children.
  4. Create a candy trail. If your children will be trick-or-treating without you, establish a route and set a time limit. Remind them to stay on the sidewalk, visit houses on one side of the street first, and to only cross the street at marked crosswalks.
  5. Plan for a safe - not scary - ride home. Since Halloween is for the big kids too, if your festivities include alcohol, plan for a safe ride home. Get a designated driver or bring money for a taxi or transit. If you're hosting a party this weekend, make sure your guests get home safely.

This is for informational purposes only and is not intended as professional advice.
Tips prepared by ICBC
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Casual Week Fri, Apr 24, 2015 Over the past week, Silvercrest Staff have been participating in a Casual Week at the office to raise money in Support of WICC (Women in Insurance Crusade) Today we bumped it up a notch and had SUPER HERO DAY. Everyone paid in order to dress up as Super Heroes for the day and we raised $227!!

Pink Shirt Day Wed, Feb 25, 2015 Silvercrest Staff are wearing pink today to bring awareness and support anti-bullying initiatives. 

Watch Day! Fri, Jan 9, 2015 It was an exciting day at Silvercrest today!
Our staff each received a Fossil Watch for passing their sales goals for 2014.

Great Job to our Staff! 

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