State Farm - Ginger Cleary
Ginger Cleary, State Farm Insurance Agent
Even during a pandemic, our community still has insurance needs, and Ginger Cleary, State Farm agent, has helped provide that service to the people of our area.
She has been a trusted choice for over 26 years. Of most significant importance to Ginger and her agents is finding the right policy to fit each person’s needs. It’s not just about finding the lowest prices but making sure people walk out of their door knowing they’re adequately covered.
Ginger is a native of Bowling Green, a graduate of Western Kentucky University, and spent many years living in Smiths Grove. She is a true Kentuckian at heart. Ginger volunteers and gives back to our community as a way of saying Thank You to all of those that have helped her over the years. Ginger believes in giving back to her community. When the world around us began to change for the worse, she committed to making it better for everyone she could. One of the many things she did to help was to print homework packets and hand- deliver them to student’s homes who did not have access to the internet or a printer in the Bowling Green and Warren County school districts. Ginger posted her offer on Facebook, and it was shared almost 500 times. She printed and delivered over 150 packets to students from kindergarten to college.
Ginger also teamed up with fellow Bowling Green State Farm agents to donate $1000 to The Salvation Army to help feed and shelter those in need and $1000 to The Good Deeds Club during the pandemic. She is also actively involved with Junior Achievement, Hilltopper Athletic Foundation, Women’s Fund of South-Central KY, and her church, Living Hope.
As a business that offers financial services, Cleary’s office has been deemed essential and remained open during Kentucky’s coronavirus outbreak. Ginger finds it vital to provide her customers’ well-being and support through this time. Due to her generous support for our local businesses, she has been known to lift the spirits of her employees by providing lunch from local eateries often. Her team consists of seven full-time employees who offer outstanding customer service. They are here to help you with auto insurance, home insurance, life insurance, property insurance, business insurance, renter’s insurance, and financial services.
Ginger’s son, Blake Cleary, knew he also wanted to make a difference in the community during the pandemic. He came up with the idea of a free transportation service for under-served and elderly individuals that would safely get them to and from their COVID-19 vaccination appointments. His nonprofit transportation service is up and running thanks to a partnership with the Bowling Green Human Rights Commission and Dave’s Transportation Services. The cost for Cleary’s service is fully funded with donations from M&L Electrical, Franklin Bank & Trust, BB&T Bank, Crocker Law Firm, and Ginger Cleary State Farm Insurance. The Covid Transport Program has been expanded to include anyone needing transportation to get a COVID Vaccine. The free service is available to anyone registered for a vaccine in Bowling Green and cannot get to their appointment. Reservations can be made for transportation by messaging CVT (Covid Vaccine Transport) on Facebook, calling the Bowling Green Human Rights Commission at 270-782-7900, or emailing; CVaccineTransport@gmail.com. Cleary Said individuals would be picked up within four hours of messaging or calling any of the above options. No transportation is offered on Sundays.
Ginger Cleary, State Farm Agent has proven to our community that she is here through the uncertain times and the good times. “Here to help Life Go Right” to work for you. Her business is located behind CVS on the corner of Scottsville Road and Lovers Lane at 1114 Lover’s Lane. Call her at 270-782-7276 or check out her website at www.gingercleary.net