Auto/Car Insurance, Homeowners Insurance and Business/Commercial Insurance For Whitesboro and All of New York
The Rowan Group, Inc. is an independent insurance agency located in Whitesboro, New York. The main insurance carriers we represent are the Erie Insurance Group (A+), Travelers Insurance (A+), and NYCM (New York Central Mutual) Insurance (A+). Ed Rowan founded the agency in 1992, and with his son Scott built the agency from the ground up. Although Ed retired in 2000, The Rowan Group, Inc. continues to operate under the leadership of Scott Rowan. We now serve many thousands of policyholders locally and throughout New York State.
Our focus will always be our customers. You are the most important person in our business. We’re always ready to take your call, since serving you is the reason we’re here. We know you have feelings, expectations, and needs and it’s our job to fulfill them to the very best of our ability. We believe you deserve the most courteous and professional attention we can give you. If you receive anything less call Scott and please let him know.
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The Rowan Group, Inc. Provides Auto/Car Insurance, Homeowners Insurance and Business/Commercial Insurance to All of New York, Including Utica, Whitestown, Whitesboro, Yorkville, New York Mills, Oriskany, New Hartford, Sauquiot, Chadwicks, Clinton, Kirkland, Clark Mills, Marcy, Deerfield, Westmoreland, Frankfort, Rome, Floyd, and Stittville.