Batman, Robin and the Batmobile to feature at launch of A-Plan Insurance in Bury St Edmunds
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A-Plan Insurance plans to celebrate the opening of its latest branch, at 35-36 Brentgovel Street in Bury St Edmunds – with a visit by the 1966 Batmobile.
The car will be on display in Charter Square, within the Arc Shopping Centre, on Saturday, January 28 while at the branch itself the A-Plan team will be joined by Batman and Robin and a children’s face painter.
Dan Skippins, branch manager, said: “We are really looking forward to this exciting event and welcoming local people to our new branch for what should be an enjoyable day for all.
“We like to be where people can access us easily and where we have an opportunity to engage with local people and businesses and really become part of the local community.
“Bury St Edmunds is a great location for A-Plan and on a personal level I feel proud to play a part in the area’s vibrant economy. We are here to provide a personalised service, designed to help our clients find the protection they need.”
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A-Plan, which does not have call centres or call queuing systems, has more than local 80 branches across the country, enabling customers to arrange insurance cover in person as well as by telephone.
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