Santa

As a Santa Claus actor, it’s your job to spread Christmas cheer whether you’re singing loud for all to hear or asking little Billy what he would like for Christmas. It’s your job to keep the crowds happy! You can’t afford to have them think you’re a humbug because you’re worrying about unplanned or unforeseen events. That’s where the Marine Agency Corporation steps in. Our performers’ insurance program provides liability insurance to meet the needs of various types of performers.

Whether you’re fa la-la-la-ing in a mall or at a party or even a part-time Santa Claus, we’re here to help you protect yourself and your business.  Coverage options range from one-time special events to annual policies for protection all year long.

Having a striking resemblance to Santa Claus can turn from a hobby to a business and it’s important to make sure you’re properly covered! If your hobby grows into a business it is important to protect that source of income. Having proper protection allows you to focus on what you do best. Helping you protect your business is what we do best.

Many different performers are eligible for our program, ranging from Santa Clause to the Grinch, to a storyteller or a princess and characters in between.

Please note:  We do not offer coverage for any type of performance involving fire, weapons, or pyrotechnics (fireworks). Live bands are not eligible for this insurance program.  Coverage is offered for the man in red and a maximum of two elves.

While you may carry the Christmas spirit with you all year, there are Grinches afoot that could potentially file groundless claims. Not to fret because, with us, you’re covered! Our insurance takes care of the cost to investigate and defend against false claims.

In a few minutes, you can get a quote and buy the coverage you need. Coverage is provided by a Berkshire Hathaway company with an A++ A.M. Best financial stability ranking. That means you are getting the right protection at a low price from a highly rated extremely stable insurance carrier.

Coverage is based on the terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions of your policy.
Be sure to read your policy to verify your coverage.