What You Need to Know About The Lee Insurance Agency Llc, Sea Harbor Insurance Agency llc and Llc’s new “S.I.S.A.” ad
On Tuesday, the Lee Insurance agency’s new ad campaign called on Texans to support its new “s.i.s.a.” brand, which is an extension of the company’s S.
I: Insurance Agency brand.
Lee Insurance Agency is a subsidiary of Llc Insurance Agency, the world’s largest insurance company.
The agency also offers home insurance and life insurance.
Its Llc and S.i: Insurance agency brands are marketed to people who need more than one type of insurance coverage and are looking for an easy way to get it all.
The new “l.i.” ad comes in two versions: a generic ad and a customized ad.
The generic ad features a young couple with a young child in tow, as well as a man with a dog and a dog’s face on the car.
The man is dressed in a blue suit with white shirts and ties.
The dog is a black lab.
The ad shows a woman holding her young daughter in her arms, and then the man drives by with his young child.
He pulls up in the car and sits down, and the woman says, “I’m so glad I have you here.”
The ad then shows the woman in her pajamas, looking at the sun.
The caption says, and again: “We love you.”
The woman says: “I love you too.”
The ad ends with the woman saying, “So happy you’re here with me.”
It is not clear if the Lee agency is running this new ad with the generic ad or if it is running the customized ad with a more targeted message.
We have reached out to the Lee insurance agency for comment.
The Lee agency also has a new ad for the Hyundai Tucson, which features a man in a suit driving a blue hatchback.
The ad shows the Hyundai’s logo on the front bumper, with the Hyundai on the hood.
The Hyundai Tucson is marketed to those who want a car that is easy to drive, easy to park, and has a comfortable ride.
Its S.a.: Insurance agency brand is marketed toward those who need to purchase a car with a warranty and insurance, or are looking to purchase insurance with an annual deductible of more than $2,000.
The “S” and the “I” are often associated with insurance companies, but they are also trademarks of Lee.