Closed for the Total Eclipse!

by Taylor Agency Staff on August 15, 2017

Taylor Agency will be closed Monday, August 21st in observance of the Total Solar Eclipse that will cover the Charleston-Metro Area.  Over the extended weekend, it has been estimated that South Carolina will host one million observers visiting the Low Country between Murrells Inlet, SC and Charleston, SC. The darkness will cover us officially between 2:46pm – 2:48pm EST. For more information on events and safety, visit “Go Dark Charleston.” Enjoy yourselves during the festivities throughout Charleston and safe travels!

Taylor Agency will return to normal business on Tuesday, August 22nd at 8:30am. If you need to report a claim during this time, visit our Claims Page under the Client Services Tab.

Best Regards,

Taylor Agency Staff

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WARNING: Verify Your Eclipse Glasses are Authentic

by Taylor Agency Staff on August 15, 2017

If you received solar eclipse glasses from us please be advised:

Our eclipse sunglass supplier has advised that their product (pictured below), which was advertised as manufactured by one of the 5 NASA approved manufacturers, cannot be confirmed. Therefore, DO NOT WEAR THEM. We apologize for this inconvenience. At this time, compliant replacements are unavailable for bulk purchase.

 

 

How to protect yourself:
To protect your eyes when viewing the sun or an eclipse, NASA and the American Astronomical Society (AAS) advises you to use APPROVED solar eclipse glasses or other solar filters from recommended manufacturers. Viewing the sun or an eclipse using any other glasses or filters could result in loss of vision or permanent blindness. For more information about safely viewing a solar eclipse please see the NASA and AAS websites.
https://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/
https://eclipse.aas.org/

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions and thank you for understanding.

-Taylor Agency Management

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