Pictured in front of the new Hometown Agency office in Imperial are, from left, co-owner Rick Einspahr and agents Diana Molzahn, Elise Musgrove and Mollie Ringleman. (Johnson Publications photo)
Hometown Agency opens insurance office in Imperial
Hometown Agency has added a sixth location in Imperial.
They currently have other office locations in Wauneta, Grant, Cambridge, McCook and Arapahoe.
Rick Einspahr of Wauneta and Jeff Skeels of Grant are two of the owners who will be alternating their time in the Imperial office.
Other office staff who will become familiar faces are agents Mollie Ringleman, Elise Musgrove and Diana Molzahn.
“All staff members have Imperial ties,” said Einspahr.
He said that Hometown is an all-line agency handling insurance from personal to commercial.
“We have specialists in the office who are proficient in certain areas,” he added.
Lines of insurance available are life, health, crop, commercial, home owners and auto.
Skeels said they are excited to be a part of the Imperial community and contribute to Chase County as a whole.
“We have motivated agents ready to give extra service to our clients,” Skeels said.
Einspahr said the reasoning for opening the Imperial office was to provide better service and convenience.
“We’ve been kicking the idea around for a couple of years,” he said.
There have been a number of people between Grant and Wauneta who expressed a desire to have an office in-between, he added.
The Imperial location will offer ease of access for clientele in the area, Skeels said.
“It’s all about opportunity,” he said.
The new Hometown Agency office is located at 429 Broadway.
“We have done some remodeling and installed a new up-to-date phone system in the office,” Einspahr said.
Hours of business for Imperial are Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The local number is 308-882-4930 or 1-800-219-2188 which will ring at the Wauneta office where the call can be transferred to any Hometown Agency location.
“We look at this as an opportunity to provide our services to Imperial and become a part of the community,” Einspahr said.