Spring Hill, TN, June 29, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Williamson County Prosperity Shield, WCPS (prosperityshield.net) today celebrates their forecasted grand opening of August 2014 for their new home in Spring Hill, Tennessee. WCPS is relocating to Spring Hill from the state of Louisiana.
Williamson County Prosperity Shield offers middle Tennessee homeowners a product the company terms “Wealth Assurance.” WCPS's “Wealth Assurance” program offers homeowners a thorough home inventory assessment, backed up with photographs, videos and certified documentation. WCPS will be open for business by appointment only but according to the founder of WCPS appointments can be set seven days a week.
"We are excited to call Spring Hill our new home and to offer the Nashville region our truly valuable service," said Bruce Nowlin, CEO of WCPS "We look forward to providing the Nashville region with a service which is truly lacking in the region and could have aided the numerous families which were negatively impacted in middle Tennessee by the flooding of the Cumberland River a few years ago." Insurance estimates suggest that two thirds of all homeowners are underinsured, some by a staggering 60%, a problem Bruce Nowlin suggests his company aims to correct in middle Tennessee.
Williamson County Prosperity Shield plans to annually contribute a portion of its profits to area non-profit organizations in addition to several national charities. Locally, WCPS plans to contribute to Wears Valley Ranch located in Sevierville, TN as well as to The Well Outreach located in Spring Hill, TN.