North Carolina Farm Bureau Membership Has Its Privileges

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The heritage of North Carolina Farm Bureau is rooted in one simple idea – serving its members in a wide array of ways.

Farm Bureau was created within communities and chartered in 1936 when farmers came together to discuss issues that affected their lives: business practices, new technology and fair pricing.

Now, more than 75 years later and with 500,000 member families statewide, Farm Bureau’s No. 1 goal remains the same – improving the lives of its members.

These improvements can arrive through a host of benefits. Here are just a few:

Farm Bureau Insurance

Insurance and service offerings include: automobile, financial estate planning, inland marine, farm owners, annuities, flood insurance, business insurance, life insurance, long-term care, disability income, cancer, umbrella liability, commercial package policies, retirement plans, homeowners, farm liability, general liability, mobile homes, personal insurance coverage, crop insurance, medicare supplement, worker’s compensation and major medical health. For more details, visit ncfbins.com or contact your local Farm Bureau county office.

Grainger

Members can receive a 10-percent discount on all Grainger products, plus deeper discounts on the manufacturer’s list price on hand and power tools. There are more than 500 manufacturers and brands, no minimum order required and free shipping. Go to grainger.com for ordering options.

General Motors Private Offer

Farm Bureau members may receive a $500 savings on the purchase or lease of a new Chevrolet, GMC or Buick vehicles. There are 26 models from which to choose. A valid 60-day Farm Bureau membership is required for eligibility and a membership certificate must be presented to the dealer prior to date of delivery of a vehicle. To get the required certificate, members can go to fbverify.com.

Prescription Discount

The VPSP Prescription Discount Program offers special savings for all Farm Bureau members and their families, all with no cost, no enrollment and no monthly fee.

This is not an insurance program. It is a point-of-sale discount only. Simply present your Farm Bureau membership card to the participating pharmacy.

3 Comments

  1. willie poindexter

    October 3, 2015 at 10:57 pm

    Benefits are a big joke in North Carolina cvs want take your card . other states have buyers club and park discount tickets ,and we have 25.00 membership for nothing.

  2. Andrew

    January 24, 2016 at 7:50 am

    This “membership” is completely useless and full of irrelevant half assed discounts..after paying my policy on time for 8 years I’m done with this membership crap..no other companies force these fees on you and threaten to cancel your policy over this..You just lost a customer Farm Bureau

  3. Jerry Shore

    September 26, 2016 at 9:51 am

    What pharmacy honors the VPSP Prescription Card?

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