In partnership with the Nicholas Hill Group, CCSAA has secured a liability insurance program that will meet the needs of all cross country ski operations in the U.S., including clubs and non-profits that groom only. This is an exclusive program that is available to CCSAA members only.
The application process has been streamlined and involves completing an online application.
CCSAA has spent the last month in intense discussions with many insurance providers who felt they could meet the needs of smaller cross country ski operations. The Nicholas Hill Group aligned with an underwriter who understood our industry and through their Active Lifestyle Division, was able to secure a policy that best meets our industry’s needs. These policies also will meet the needs of larger cross country centers.
“It is exciting to partner with the Nicholas Hill Group for our industry insurance needs,” said CCSAA Executive Director Reese Brown. “In speaking with them and their underwriters, I am extremely confident they will deliver the right policy for our industry at the right price.”
Nathan Nicholas, co-founder & CEO of Nicholas Hill, stated that the process of receiving a quote and purchasing a policy from his group is simple and can be done entirely online.
“The Nicholas Hill Group is honored to provide a first-of-a-kind, custom Nordic Center insurance program only available to members of the Cross Country Ski Areas Association. Through this member exclusive benefit, participating Nordic Centers will enjoy peace of mind knowing that coverage was designed to specifically cover their day-to-day activities, including grooming, trail building and maintenance activities as well as options to cover lodging, food/beverage (liquor liability) operations, equipment (inland marine), property, auto (hired & non-owned as well as owned autos) and more. As avid skiers ourselves, we look forward to meeting CCSAA members and growing a successful and sustainable partnership for years to come”, Nicholas said.
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