Big smiles are in order as the Stettler Westland Insurance team celebrates 40 years of business!

Big smiles are in order as the Stettler Westland Insurance team celebrates 40 years of business!

Stettler business thanks the community with 40 weeks of giving

Westland Insurance rings in the big 4-0 with 40-week campaign

Turning 40 isn’t something you celebrate every day – for an individual or a business, it’s a huge milestone.

But since a big bash isn’t an option, Westland Insurance has another plan in mind:

This year, instead of receiving gifts, they’re giving them away!

Starting early November, the 40-week giveaway spree of donations will mark their 40th anniversary.

“Supporting our local communities has always been very important to Westland, so as we were thinking about how to mark the occasion of our 40th anniversary, it just made sense that community giving would be a significant part of that,” says Todd Peterson, Vice President of Westland Insurance.

Of course, as a company founded with a strong commitment to supporting the communities they work in, it’s no surprise they’re sharing the celebration!

While Westland Insurance has grown to become one of the largest independent broker in Canada, by continuing to partner with agencies equally committed to serving their local communities, they haven’t lost their small-town, family-run feel. They’ve maintained their same quality service but can now offer it in more places than ever before.

All these new neighbourhoods means new people to celebrate with!

In fact, the 40 Weeks of Giving complements an existing commitment to help Central Albertans.

Upcoming Community Sponsorships:

While there are many great sponsorships that Westland Insurance is committed to, some especially important ones this season include the Stettler Festival of Lights, the annual celebratory fundraiser for patients at Stettler Hospital and Kidsport Stettler & Community, helping children get into sport. Working with the Stettler Board of Trade Awards Gala, the company helps salute and support a thriving business community.

Another notable partnership of Westland Insurance is their commitment to the Canadian Mental Health Association Alberta. More specifically, with their Winter Collection Drive & Street Outreach and Stabilization Program. In recognizing the almost 70 per cent of homeless individuals struggling with mental health wellness, the program addresses their needs by connecting with them and working together.

Get involved:

To follow Westland Insurance’s 40th festivities, check them out on social media. Or, if you’re an organization interested in applying for sponsorship, visit their community page.

Visit their website to learn more!

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The entrance to the Stettler Westland Insurance office, make sure you stop by!

The entrance to the Stettler Westland Insurance office, make sure you stop by!

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