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BASC Press Release, New Shoot Cancellation Insurance

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New BASC shoot cancellation insurance policy also covers avian flu

 

Mar 29, 2017

 

BASC has launched a new insurance policy which covers cancellation due to adverse weather, interference by protestors or financial failure of the shoot venue and also provides cover if a shoot has to be cancelled due to avian flu.

 

David Ilsley, BASC head of marketing and membership services, said: “As shooters turn their minds to the sporting calendar for 2017/18, we are delighted to be able to announce the launch of a new comprehensive shoot cancellation policy in association with our partners AIM Risk Services.

 

“It is a very competitive product which should give protection to shoot organisers and peace of mind to cover against events which could cause a financial loss.”

 

The policy is available to BASC members and non-members, but BASC members get a 20 per cent discount.

Cover can also be provided for commercial and recreational syndicates which extends to compensate for birds that are lost in the release pen through disease, poaching, vandalism or days cancelled due to protestors. It also covers if poults cannot be delivered to a shoot due to bird flu movement restrictions.

 

For a quotation (Subject to the terms and conditions of the policy) please email info@aimriskservices.com, or call 01403 793752.

 

AIM Risk Services Ltd is an Appointed Representative of James Hallam Ltd who are Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

ENDS

 

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United Kingdom, Marford Mill, Wrexham, Wrexham, LL12 0HL
debbie.collins@basc.org.uk

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