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About G.W. Hux and Co. Insurance

G.W. Hux & Co. is a locally owned insurance agency operating in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. G.W. Hux & Company insurance history began in 1995, when it was initially founded by Grady W. (Phil) Hux and Charles Laughridge under the name Coastal Benefits Group, specializing in health insurance, life insurance, dental insurance, disability insurance, accidental death insurance and dismemberment insurance. In 2007, Coastal Benefits Group was reorganized as First Carolina Agency. G.W Hux & Company Insurance currently writes health insurance, disability insurance, dental insurance, and life insurance. G.W Hux & Company Insurance is your local representative for Aflac, Modern Woodmen of America, MetLife, CEC (Community Eye Care), Guardian and Principal Financial Services, Inc..

First Carolina Agency was proud to announce our name change as of July 1st, 2012. We changed our name to G.W. Hux & Company Insurance due to the expansion of the company and our insurance product lines. In addition we have employed new staff members.

G.W. Hux and Co. Insurance has been committed to providing quality health care coverage to North Carolinians and Virginians providing the best health insurance coverage and service that we possibly can. G.W. Hux and Co. Insurance is here to help you get the insurance coverage that best suits your needs and budget.

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