Wedding Timeline, Part 4: The Food

Planning a wedding is an exercise in making choices, and one of the biggest is what your guests will nosh on during the reception. A sit-down dinner, multiple food stations, cocktail hour hors d’oeuvres —the possibilities are endless. But here are some creative food options you may not have considered.   Breakfast—it’s what’s for dinner. […]

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The Big Move: Post-Graduates Will Thrive in Charlotte

Graduation is fast approaching, and for many soon-to-be-gads, that means a move is imminent.   A recent article from Bloomberg Business entitled “Best Cities for New College Grads” leads with some straightforward advice for young jobseekers: head south.   And that’s a sound directive.   Many southern cities are growing in size and thus in […]

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How to Prepare for Flooding

If you live in a flood plain or along the coast, your insurance needs differ from others. But a little preparedness can go a long way.   First, conduct a home property inventory so that you know what your possessions are worth. Include receipts, photos, serial numbers and other relevant information. Keep the inventory in […]

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Auto Theft: Tech Gadgets and the Right Insurance Can Save You a Headache

Auto theft is probably not something that crosses your mind too often. After all, how many of us react when we hear a car alarm go off in a parking lot? But while the number of auto thefts has dropped since a peak in the early 1990s, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NCIB) says that […]

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Answering Life’s Big Questions, Like How to Choose a Wedding Theme

We all struggle with finding answers to life’s biggest questions. What is the meaning of life? What is reality? How can I make sure I have the right insurance coverage? And what theme should I choose for my upcoming wedding?   The answers to the last two questions are easy. First, call your trusted AAA […]

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Share the Road: Why You Are a Biker’s Worst Fear

As the weather gets warmer, more and more bicyclists are taking to the road for recreation, exercise, and even commuting. It’s an environmentally friendly, healthy, and low-cost way to travel, and people are increasingly trying it out.   Mixing bicycles and vehicles can be dangerous when the rules of the road are unclear. And, in […]

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Monitoring the Meltdown: Tips for Traveling with Toddlers

Traveling can be tough on your toddlers. Make sure that they are not only happy, but have the best travel experience possible with these simple tips.   Extra Time. This one might seem obvious, but it makes a huge difference. Allow for more than enough travel time so that you’re not rushed, and keep an […]

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Customer Testimonial: Maureen V.

In today’s hectic, technology-driven world, quality conversations and good customer service are becoming something of an endangered species. But at AAA, we recognize that superior service comes from talking to our customers and going above and beyond to meet their needs. We recently heard from one of our Charlotte customers, Maureen V., who got in […]

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