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Scott Mitchell Insurance Agency specializes in car, home, business, commercial, life, RV, and motorcycle insurance.

Scott Mitchell Insurance Agency is an independent agency serving clients in Ohio. We offer prompt, professional service for car, home, business, commercial, life, RV, and motorcycle insurance coverage to meet our customers’ needs. We’re a part of the local community. Get in touch with our friendly staff today!

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