Sherzer & Associates,LLC announces New Office in Cape Coral

Sherzer & Associates has opened a new office in Cape Coral. The agent of record at the new location is April Allender, sister of the insurance agency owner Jim Allender of South Daytona, serving customers with home owners, auto and commercial insurance policies.

South Daytona, United States - February 7, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Sherzer & Associates has opened a new office in Cape Coral.

The agent of record at the new location is April Allender, sister of the insurance agency owner Jim Allender of South Daytona. Both siblings come from a family of insurance agents and have been working in insurance all their adult lives.

Information about both locations can be found at the Website:

The Cape Coral office will primarily service customers in South West Florida including Homeowners, Renters, car owners, Real Estate professionals and Home Builders.

So customers will benefit by being able to not just call their agency but also visit their Sherzer Insurance agency in case they want to do so in person at 2 locations, one on the east coast and the other on the west coast of Florida..

When asked about the new agency, Jim Sherzer said:’Being on both sides of the Florida coast, allows us to serve our customers better. April in Cape Coral also has the opportunity to use the staff in the South Daytona office as needed for more complex insurance issues or if additional coverage is needed.” Further, when asked, why Cape Coral, April Allender said: ‘ We grew up in the area and now a lot of people in the Greater Cape Coral area, thus being able to reconnect with many friends, whether from school or other places… It has been a lot of fun to serve my community so far.’

About Sherzer & Associates and Sherzer Insurance Agency – Cape Coral

Sherzer & Associates was founded in 1979 and serves the Homeowners Insurance, Auto Insurance, Commercial Insurance industry. Sherzer Insurance Agency – Cape Coral was founded in 2017 and serves the Homeowners Insurance, Auto Insurance, Commercial Insurance industry. Sherzer Insurance prides itself on the combination of high quality products, superior customer service and access to broad resources unmatched by other insurance agencies. They believe that satisfaction with your insurance is of the utmost importance. Sherzer Insurance agents specialize in listening and helping their customer select the right type of policies and protection levels that fit their specific. Trust is an important issue and you will find Sherzer Insurance agents friendly, knowledgeable and members of their very own community.

Contact Info:
Name: James Allender
Organization: Sherzer & Associates
Address: 2305 S Ridgewood Ave, South Daytona, Florida 32119, United States
Phone: +1-386-788-3500

For more information, please visit

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 297451

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