As three Massachusetts towns faced the aftereffects of a series of natural gas explosions in September, finding some normalcy may have seemed nearly impossible. However, this is something MAPFRE Insurance was seeking to offer as it reached out to the impacted communities.
“One of the things we did that was kind of unique is that MAPFRE and our independent agencies provided a couple of televisions so people who were displaced could watch children’s television in the morning, and in the afternoon, they watched the Patriots game,” said Patrick McDonald, CEO of MAPFRE Northeast.
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