Riverside, Calif. — Farmers Insurance will host a grand opening and Ribbon-Cutting ceremony to inaugurate its new business development center in Riverside, Calif.  More than 250 new agents will be appointed from this facility in the next few years.

Many people—Ronald Loveridge, mayor of Riverside, Edward James Olmos, actor/humanitarian/Farmers spokesman, Jerry Carnahan, EVP, Farmers Insurance and Mike Ponce, manager, Farmers business development center—will be present at the grand opening. Demonstrating its strong vote of confidence in the local economy, Farmers will provide hundreds of entrepreneurial opportunities to interested candidates throughout the Inland Empire, according to the company

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