Saving on Insurance is Great; Winning is Better

CPS Cowan Insurance

July 12, 2016

CPS-ECP has partnered with Cowan Insurance Group to provide insurance products to its members. Cowan’s comprehensive coverage and discounts are available exclusively to you as a CPS-ECP member.

CPS-ECP Group Home and Auto
– Save up to 20% on both your home and auto insurance premiums
– No additional service charges for pre-authorized payments
– Custom insurance solutions
– Available Canada-wide

Plus, when you call for a quote, you’re automatically entered for a chance to WIN 1 of 6 new cars or a $250 gas card.

Get your quote today and see how much you could save on car and home insurance.

In Ontario call 1-866-912-6926
Outside of Ontario call 1-866-247-7700
CPS-ECP@cowangroup.ca

Visit www.selectsweepstakes.com. Enter group discount code C2300.

 

 

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