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WSRB Custom Reports Are Now Available!

September 5, 2012

Along with our new General Casualty Report supplement, we are now also offering custom reports through our subsidiary, BMI.  These reports can be tailored to your specific needs to ensure that you are getting all of the information you need to accurately assess risk.  We can also create company-specific questionnaires to be used company-wide. We will speak with you individually to create the right survey to suit your needs and accomplish your goals. These are fee-based services and prices will vary depending on the length and depth of the report. These custom reports can include information on:

  • Agribusiness
  • Processing plants
  • Manufacturing
  • Farm & Ranch
  • Churches
  • Grocery/C-stores
  • Habitational occupancies
  • Commercial properties of all sizes
  • We have people on the ground-tell us what you need!

To order a custom report, just visit us at and go to the “Request Inspection” page from the Home page of the Members section. Fill out the form as you normally would, then check the box next to “Custom Report” at the bottom of the page. We will contact you and work with you to develop the custom report that will meet your needs.

If you are not already a Subscribing Member of WSRB or would like to learn more about our products and services, you can contact Tracy Skinner, our Subscriber Services Manager, anytime.

Leave us a comment and let us know what you think about our new reports. What kind of information do you need that’s not available on our standard reports?


Written by: April LaRita Green

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