Reliable Insurance Agent Receives Insurance Designation

Contact: Lisa Neitzel, Surge Communications
Phone: (218) 409-4075


CLOQUET/HERMANTOWN, MN, SUPERIOR, WI: Doug Ecklund, one of Reliable’s Commercial and Life/Health agents, has recently received his CIC (Certified Insurance Counselors) designation. This means that he has further knowledge about various types of policies, coverages, risks, and more, so he can better serve you, your families and your businesses!

Doug came to Reliable from a national carrier where he spent 6 years as a commercial Property and Casualty specialist with an emphasis on complex workers compensation programs. He is blending his carrier risk management experience with Reliable’s 40 plus years of experience. He is actively involved in community events as a member of his local school board, Rotary, and Chamber of Commerce. Doug earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and Business Administrations from the University of Minnesota, Duluth in 1992. On the weekends you can find him working on the house or exploring the outdoors with his family.

Since 1974, Reliable Insurance Agency has offered quality and reliable service to customers who want a trusted freedom of choice. The agency can meet the personal insurance needs of its customers in areas such as home, auto, health, disability and life. Business owners get service with top companies to make sure that their livelihood stays protected. Reliable Insurance.

Reliable Insurance Agency offers Auto, Home, Business, Life, Health, Disability, Medicare Supplements, Long-Term Care and Annuities/IRAs. The Main Office is located at 803 Carlton Avenue in Cloquet, the Hermantown Branch is located in the Hermantown Square, 5094 Miller Trunk Highway, Suite 500 in Hermantown, and their Superior branch is located at 610 Ogden Avenue in Superior. Visit their website at or call (218) 879-4663 (Cloquet office) or (218) 729-6791 (Hermantown location).


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