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Insurance company searching for positive stories in Biloxi

BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

Insurance companies usually get to hear the worst stories: "I just wrecked my car." "There's a tree on my roof." "We've been robbed!"

Now, one company wants to hear some good news. And your story could be part of an upcoming commercial.

Mutual of Omaha is visiting Biloxi as part of a 20 city tour to record "Aha Moments" for a future ad campaign. The company has a special 34 foot Airstream trailer that's been converted into a portable TV studio.      

Tuesday, they'll be set-up at the Biloxi Visitor's Center, across from the lighthouse.       They're looking for positive stories from real people across America.      

Many of the stories will be posted on the company's website. And a select few will be used in a 30 second commercial.

"We've heard stories from inspirational, to ones that are exciting, to sad, to ones that pull at the heart strings. Really all kinds of stories about positive change in people's lives," said Spencer Beavers with Mutual of Omaha.

The "Aha Moment" trailer will be at the Biloxi Visitor's Center from 10am until 6pm.      You're invited to stop-by and share your story.

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