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Autoserv Now Has Allstate Insurance office at dealership

TILTON — The next time customers visit AutoServ of Tilton, they will be able to insure their new car, home and discuss insurance protection needs with an Allstate agency owner before even driving off the lot.

AutoServ Dealerships announced, today, a relationship with Allstate Insurance Company and the Allstate Auto Dealer Program to open a full-service Allstate agency inside the AutoServ of Tilton showroom.
"We are so excited to have yet another service to offer our customers," said Dennis Gaudet, CEO of AutoServ. "AutoServ Insurance and Financial Services will offer a full selection of insurance products including automotive, home, life and accident, as well as recreational vehicles."
The agency office opened inside AutoServ of Tilton on November 1 and operates during regular hours of the dealership. Chelsey Gaudet, daughter of Dennis and Carolyn Gaudet and granddaughter of Paul & Brigid Gaudet, is the head licensed insurance professional and she has a team of support staff who are onsite to help customers assess their insurance portfolio and help make sure they have the protection they want and need.
"Because our agency is on site with extended hours, we are able to provide the convenience of one-stop-shopping for all of our customers' insurance and automotive needs," said Dennis Gaudet.
AutoServ Dealerships, founded in 1989, represents Ford, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Nissan, Ram, Volkswagen and in its Belmont dealership, Kia. It also operates AutoServ Collision Center and Tilton Glass. AutoServ is one of the largest retail automotive dealer groups in New Hampshire, family owned and operated. Its motto "Our People Make it Happen" is personified by the 130 outstanding people AutoServ employs. Also housed inside AutoServ of Tilton is the AutoCafé, a restaurant serving delicious and healthy meals 6 days/week prepared by Chef Michael Moore (formerly of M&Js and Willow's Steak & Spirits)

 
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