Located in Benton County, Rogers Arkansas is a quickly growing city with over 68,000 residents. The city is located in the heart of the Ozarks and was incorporated in 1881. This was the same year the Frisco railway arrived and the town was named after Captain Charles Warrington Rogers, who was vice-president and general manager of the St. Louis and San Francisco Railway. Farris Insurance is here to protect your business. Whether you’re long-established or just arriving by rail, we’ve got you covered.
The economy of Rogers has historically been centered around agriculture. Now Rogers boasts a large number of shopping, restaurant, and entertainment venues. This includes The AMP (Arkansas Music Pavilion), one of the region's premier entertainment venues, bringing a-list acts from all over the world. Being located in the Center of the Ozarks, Rogers also has become a popular tourist destination and is the entryway to Beaver Lake and Hobbs State Park.
Rogers has a robust Retail Economy, from small shops to larger national chains. Manufacturing and Healthcare also make up substantial sectors of the economy. Subsequently, there are administrative, executive, and support operations. Other major business sectors include mining/quarrying, wholesale trade, and management companies.
Rogers also features many unique locally owned bars, restaurants, entertainment venues, unique retail, and other types of stores. The Downtown Rogers Historic District is also a growing area of retail and commercial development.
According to Arkansas.com, the district features boutiques, salons and spas, a variety of antique stores and upscale markets, art galleries and a bike and skateboard shop. Local bakeries, diners, pizzerias, cafés, coffee houses, clubs, restaurants and eateries. Attractions include Frisco Caboose, Daisy Airgun Museum, Rogers Historical Museum, Arkansas Public Theater, butterfly garden, historic architecture, live music on Frisco Stage.
Farris Insurance is Your Rogers Insurance Provider
Rogers, Arkansas and it’s businesses have been part and parcel to Farris Insurance since its founding in 1973. Back then the population of Rogers was just over 12,000 people. Today the population has grown close to 70,000. As Rogers has grown into a robust and diverse city, Farris has been right there growing with it. Farris Insurance Agency provides superior coverage for all insurance needs while remaining faithful to the area that shaped the company. From the farms that raise the food to the supply chain that delivers it and the restaurants that serve the food, we insure everything from farm to table.
Farris Insurance Serves Rogers Businesses
Farris Insurance Agency caters primarily to commercial and business insurance needs. We deliver excellence in service to our clients. Farris offers a broad range of commercial insurance products. We also provide specialized insurance services to the poultry industry in Northwest Arkansas. As an independent insurance agent, Farris has access to a variety of carriers to provide you with quality insurance at affordable prices. Our products include commercial insurance for businesses large and small, plus home and auto insurance. Farris Insurance Agency also handles life, health, and employee benefit programs. Across all of our services, Farris delivers industry-leading risk management assessments. We make sure our clients receive the necessary information to make the best decisions.
Contact Farris Insurance Today at 479-756-6330. Speak to One of Our Dedicated Staff
At Farris Insurance, we pride ourselves on being a full-service insurance agency. We are dedicated to serving the Northwest Arkansas community with an uncompromising commitment to professionalism and client satisfaction. Whatever your insurance requirements, Farris Insurance Agency will provide you not only what you need but what you deserve. For more information contact us today at 479-756-6330 to learn more about why Farris Insurance is perfect for you.
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