Vote for us for the 2014 Readers Choice Awards!

Each year, thousands of visitors to wickedlocal.com and readers of Wicked Local Newspapers including the Marshfield, Scituate, Cohasset and Braintree Mariner Newspapers vote online and by mail in ballot, for their favorite local businesses.

Voting begins in January and all ballots must be received by February 12th at 5:00 PM.

If you are a friend and client and have recieved great customer service from us, we hope you’ll vote for us as your favorite local Insurance Agency!

http://ballot.wickedlocalfavorites.com/

McSweeney & Ricci Insurance provides personal insurance, business insurance, employee benefits and risk management services to over 8,000 clients. Our goal is always to provide exceptional service and exceed our clients’ expectations.

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