|Please Note: Our wish is that your businesses experience minimal disruption during these quickly changing circumstances due to COVID-19. K&K Insurance is implementing a work-from-home policy using remote-collaboration technology to ensure that we are ready to respond to our clients in a timely fashion. However, due to call volumes that are larger than normal, you may experience wait times longer than our usual response time. Please know that we are working to connect with you as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience during these turbulent times. |
K&K Insurance is dedicated to insuring the world's fun. Since 1952 K&K has provided insurance products and claims services for the motorsports, sports, leisure, recreation and event industries; our underwriting team is ready to assist organizations with general liability and property coverage as the U.S. reopens for activities. K&K recommends following The Center for Disease Control (CDC) Key Concepts for managing COVID-19:
- Minimize the chance of exposure. The most common way to catch the virus that causes COVID-19 is from close contact with other people. Avoiding gatherings of people and practicing social distancing can help reduce the chances of exposure to the virus. Make sure to comply with any orders your state has issued about sheltering in place or staying at home.
- Promote the use of everyday preventive actions. Some common practices can lower the risk of infection. Clean your hands, cover coughs and sneezes, and follow recommendations or local or state orders for wearing cloth face covering to reduce the spread of infection.
- Protect high-risk populations. Certain groups of people have a higher risk of developing serious illness from COVID-19. To keep our families and communities safe and healthy, it is important to take steps to protect older adults, people with underlying health conditions, people facing homelessness, incarcerated or detained people, and people who work in healthcare or other critical infrastructure jobs.
For more information on COVID-19 preparedness, please visit the CDC website and other trusted organization websites for detailed assistance:
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Health Clubs –
- In order to open attached forms and samples, please download and save the PDF file providing guidance on motorsports facility reopening.
National Recreation & Park Association -
Resorts & Campgrounds –