Venture Offering Airborne Disease Coverage Venture Programs is offering coverage to protect its clients with country clubs against loss of income due to terrorist-related anthrax attacks, with intentions to expand the offering to other businesses if all goes well.

“Our desire to protect our clubs in an area that would not be covered by the terrorism act was our initiative to provide this coverage,” said David Callaghan, program manager of Venture Programs in West Chester, Pa. “When the terrorism law was passed, it did not address the business income aspect of possible exposure for a country club. Since that is what we specialize in, we wanted to address that possible loss for our clients.”

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