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Subject:  Surety Bond Alternative
From:  navila <>
Date:  Wed, 13 May 2015 10:33:16 -0700
Category:  Generic

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It was a pleasure speaking with you today.  We at CHS Surety would welcome the opportunity to 
represent you.  
As a brokerage, we represent numerous surety markets that we can approach if needed.   In case you 
aware of our company, CHS is a Fortune 100 company and has been writing surety since 1938.  
We represent numerous utility contractors here in Texas (many on the bidders list today).  I’ve 
been in the business for the past 25 years and have represent utility contractors so I understand 
the urgency at times they find themselves when bids come in at the last minute for approval.  
With all the construction opportunities here in Texas, it makes it even more important to have 
that is close and able to meet at the last minute if needed.
I would like to see if we can meet sometime in the next couple of weeks just to get an idea of what 
we can 
offer in the way of surety services in the future for your company or possibly work in a backup 
I’ve attached our “bond kit” much of which you probably have already provided to Gallagher 
We can use their forms if you’ve just completed say a questionnaire or personal financial 
statement for them.  
Please feel free to contact me with any questions and hope you have a great week!


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