Contact: Dianne Reed
Public Relations/Marketing Director
July 19, 2012
Collier Child Care Resources, Inc. Names Lutgert Insurance
as Their Broker on Record
July 19, 2012 (Naples, FL) - Collier Child Care Resources, Inc. (CCCR) has named Lutgert Insurance as their primary insurance agency. CCCR operates three child care centers in Collier County: the NCEF Early Childhood Education Center at Edison State College – Collier Campus and two A Step Up teen parent programs at Golden Gate and Immokalee High Schools, as well as providing professional development services to early educators in Collier County.
Niccole Howard, Executive Director for Collier Child Care Resources, Inc. (CCCR) said, “Lutgert Insurance’s long-standing reputation in the field made them our number one choice. We admire their practice of giving back to the community and operating responsibly in regard to the environment and society. Lutgert Insurance is the flagship insurance company in Collier County”
Lutgert Insurance has been a vital member of the Florida business community since 1953. For nearly 60 years, the company's reputation for integrity, professionalism and expert service has set a new standard for the industry.
Rich Biondi, Account Executive with Lutgert Insurance said, "I am honored to handle the business insurance for such a fine organization as Collier Child Care Resources, Inc. and look forward to a long standing business relationship."
About Collier Child Care Resources, Inc.
Collier Child Care Resources, Inc., (CCCR), is a private, non-profit child care agency that serves children, families and early learning professionals. We have had offices in Collier County since 1991 and expanded our offices to include Immokalee in 2001. In May, 2008, our focus became Collier County specific and officially became Collier Child Care Resources, Inc. Our mission is to support the needs of Collier County’s children, families and early learning professionals by providing high quality education, resources and child care services. In addition, we offer training for early childhood professionals. The agency must rely on generous donations and volunteer efforts from members of the community, corporations and foundations to build and maintain programs that make a difference to low-income children. Collier Child Care Resources, Inc. is a United Way Agency. To learn more or to make a donation, visit www.collierchildcare.org or call (239) 643-3908.