As a leader, your every decision will be scrutinised. Some will agree with you, while others will question your choice at every single turn. In terms of Reed Richards, aka Mister Fantastic, he shoulders a lot of responsibility. He’s the leader of the Fantastic Four and often called upon to save the world from cosmic threats like Galactus or power-hungry tyrants such as Doctor Doom. It’s a tough job, but someone has got to do it.
Of course, the Fantastic Four’s headquarters is situated at the top of the Baxter Building in Manhattan, a prime real-estate spot. It houses everything from Richards’ inventions, Sue Richards’ designer gear, Ben Grimm’s sexy blue shorts, and Johnny Storm’s PlayStation 4. Everyone knows it’s the supergroup’s place of residence since they aren’t shy of revealing their true identities to the world. The danger with this is, criminals are aware of where they stay and what’s up there. You aren’t going to find an old black and white Telefunken TV, as Richards will likely own the latest Samsung tech instead.
Considering the amount of time that the Fantastic Four spend outside of our planet—sometimes they need to be onsite in another dimension or planet to battle intergalactic threats—Richards knows that no security system is ever entirely fool proof. Smart supervillains, such as Doctor Doom, are more than capable of circumventing Richards’ protocols for their own nefarious purposes. Also, he can’t exactly ask the Punisher to guard their home 24/7.
As such, Richards is smart enough to know that he’ll need to protect his team’s possessions through other means, i.e. insurance. With the bulk of the Fantastic Four’s time spent in the Fantasticar up in the air, the reception for calls from insurance salesmen won’t necessarily be the best. Plus, Richards knows what sort of cover he’ll need and doesn’t want to listen to sales pitches while he’s saving the world.
Like his superpowers, he wants flexible and functional insurance that cater to his specific purposes. He understands which items are worth insuring and which aren’t, as well as the necessity to add and remove technologies as they become obsolete. This is why Granadilla is the ideal insurance solution for him.
With so many superpowered and quirky individuals housed under one roof, Richards has numerous accessories and possessions to protect. Can you imagine what would happen if they came back from a trip and their home had been ransacked and there was no insurance? It would be chaos!
By logging on to the Granadilla app, Richards can do everything he needs to from there. With a few taps of the screen, he can add and remove items from his profile, as well as manage the inventory. In addition, it’s evident that Richards trusts AI more than he does human beings, so he’ll definitely have a ball chatting to the bot Nandi about Granadilla’s services and options.
Granadilla is easy to use, understandable, and you don’t need Mister Fantastic-like intellect to utilise it. If it can protect superheroes’ stuff, it’ll protect yours, too.
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