Compare.com launched in March 2013 to help make shopping for car insurance easier and more transparent. It was the first insurance comparison website of its kind in the United States, and allows users the ability to input their information once and receive multiple, purchasable quotes from several different insurance carriers.
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Compare.com's Recent News Coverage
New York Post: If time is money, how much do people think it’s actually worth?
July 22, 2020
The average person thinks their time on a task that feels like work is worth $15.63 an hour ‒ that’s more than double the federal minimum wage ($7.25 an hour).
Fredericksburg Freelance Star: New report shows more working Virginians struggling to make ends meet
July 22, 2020
Sponsors of the 2020 Virginia ALICE report include the United Ways of Virginia as well as Compare.com, Virginia’s community colleges, Atlantic Union Bank and the Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics.
The Balance: How to Get the Cheapest Car Insurance
March 31, 2020
Unfortunately, there’s never a year-end clearance sale on car insurance. However, with some work on your part, you can still find the cheapest auto insurance rate possible.
The Tech Tribune: 2020 Best Tech Startups in Virginia
March 20, 2020
The first car-insurance comparison site in the U.S. to work directly with auto insurers, Compare.com provides real, unbiased quotes and side-by-side comparison.
US Insurance Agents: Insurance Startups Changing How You Buy Car Insurance
March 19, 2020
These new insurance companies are scrapping those long drawn out questionnaires and they are attempting to take a different, fairer approach in determining car insurance coverage.
Clark Howard: Compare.com Review: 6 Things to Know Before Getting a Quote
January 13, 2020
We’ll take a look at how Compare.com works in this review, what companies you can get quotes from, how the price quotes stack up and more.
NS Insurance: Are these the seven most bizarre insurance claims ever filed by customers?
December 24, 2019
Insurance companies exist to ease the burden of damage or loss but sometimes the claims made against their policies are downright bizarre.
Richmond Times-Dispatch: Compare.com CEO Andrew Rose leaving; Allie Feakins named as CEO
December 20, 2019
Allie Feakins, the company’s head of analytics and carrier management, has taken over the CEO role.
Mixergy: How Compare.com competes as the Kayak for auto insurance
October 30, 2019
Joining me is an entrepreneur who created a company called Compare.
Richmond BizSense: Innsbrook-based insurance tech company hauls in $1.7M capital raise
September 20, 2019
Seven figures’ worth of fresh capital has rolled in for one of the region’s insurance technology startups.
Yahoo Finance: How to Get Car Insurance for the First Time
August 30, 2019
Having the right car insurance is a critical factor of vehicle ownership — one that can help protect you and your assets.
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Compare.com Joins Civic Alliance to Encourage Voter Engagement
October 8, 2020
Compare.com announced it has partnered with the Civic Alliance to help build a future where every American participates in shaping our country’s future.
Survey finds Americans agree “Time is Money”
July 22, 2020
The average person thinks their time on a task that feels like work is worth $15.63 an hour ‒ that’s more than double the federal minimum wage.
Compare.com Joins United Way’s National ALICE Advisory Council
June 29, 2020
Compare.com recently announced it has joined United Way as part of its National ALICE Advisory Council, which pledges to provide assistance for households that earn above the federal poverty level, but not enough to afford basic household and living expenses each month.
Compare.com CEO Accepted into Forbes Business Council
June 8, 2020
Compare.com CEO Allie Feakins has been accepted into the Forbes Business Council, the foremost growth and networking organization for successful business owners and leaders worldwide.
Compare.com names Allie Feakins company’s next CEO
December 9, 2019
Compare.com has announced it will be naming Allie Feakins as its CEO on January 1, 2020. She replaces longtime CEO Andrew Rose.
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