CNA Finance Is Silent For Hurricane Michael

Oct 11 15:10 2018 Print This Article

Hey everyone, Thank you for being the most valuable part of our website. We know that you may have been looking for updates today and noticed that there have been none. Unfortunately, the main hub of key members of our team was in the eye of the hurricane. As such, we are going to be taking the rest of the week to regroup and plan for the challenges that may be ahead. Thank you for your understanding. We look forward to bringing you the news full steam ahead, starting on Monday, October 15, 2018. Kinest regards, Joshua Rodriguez CNA Finance

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