The UK seems to be rediscovering its love of Bingo. According to research carried out by BingoPort, the game is practically recession-proof. It could well be the chance to win cash prizes without too many complicated rules or it could simply be the social aspect, but whatever the reason, Bingo halls are practically bursting at the seams even during the economic downturn. While this is good news for Bingo hall owners, it also increases their responsibility to their customers and themselves. There has never been a greater need for Bingo hall insurance.
As with any other venue used by paying customers, Bingo halls need to insure themselves against a number of eventualities. Bingo hall insurance is a relatively specific form of cover, as it offers protection against a variety of potential hazards. In addition to the buildings insurance, there’s also public liability cover to consider, along with the cost of replacing Bingo machines, should they become damaged. Some of the bigger Bingo halls use TV monitors and other interactive equipment to ensure their players get the most out of their evenings. In the event of a fire, theft or even vandalism, the cost of replacement, plus the money lost while repairs are undertaken can significantly damage a business of any size.
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At Park Insurance we’re well aware of all the potential problems faced by Bingo halls, and the need for specialist bingo hall cover. For more than two decades we’ve specialised in sourcing the types of specialist insurance policies that are often difficult to find. And, with many of our experienced staff having worked as underwriters for major corporations, we can go through the small print with a fine toothed comb to make sure that you get the cover you need.
Finding the right Bingo Hall insurance policy needn’t be a problem, as long as its dealt with by the experts. Trust Park Insurance to bring you the right deals at the right prices. Call us today for more information.
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