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Welcome to Asurea Raleigh

With nearly 100 places to consume the arts, it’s easy to see why Raleigh has been dubbed the “Smithsonian of the South.” The nickname is owing to its many museums, visual arts collections and performing arts venues. Our Asurea Raleigh team is lucky to work just north of all that bustling culture. The Contemporary Art Museum (CAM Raleigh), hailed “one of the most striking modern arts sites in Raleigh” by New York Magazine, is just a hoppity-skip away. And Conde Nast Traveler Magazine said CAM exhibits like Los Angeles-based artist Sarah Cain’s “The Imaginary Architecture of Love” are worth traversing the earth to see.

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525 N. Tryon St. Suite. 1600
Charlotte, NC 28202

P1:  704-449-6472

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Meet Our Raleigh Area Manager

Fredrick Hicks

Pack Your Own Parachute

Coming from a background in banking and finance, Fredrick Hicks, manager of Asurea’s Raleigh life insurance office, has one message for his clients: “Be sure to pack your own parachute.” What Fredrick means by this is that you have to be prepared for all that life will bring, especially the curve balls. One of the easiest ways to prepare financially is to have a life insurance policy. Since 2008, Fredrick has been helping families pack their own parachutes, and this is exactly what motivates him every day. At the end of the day, he wants to know he made a difference in families’ lives, protecting them from financial worries through life insurance when the unthinkable happens.

When Fredrick is not helping others through life insurance, he can be found tending to his freshwater fish collection. He has 11 different tanks, the largest being 500 gallons that contains a 3-foot arowana! Fred is a professional aquaculturist, which means that in addition to being an expert in insurance, he is an expert in aquatic plants and animals. His tank set-up and fish breeding program is so impressive that the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University brings their students to his home to study his fish.