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Auto-Owners Insurance receives PIA's 2017 Company Award of Excellence

Auto-Owners Chairman & CEO Jeffrey F. Harrold (left) and PIA National President Gary Blackwell (right) during the gala ceremony. (Photo: Courtesy of PIA)
Auto-Owners Chairman & CEO Jeffrey F. Harrold (left) and PIA National President Gary Blackwell (right) during the gala ceremony. (Photo: Courtesy of PIA)

The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA) has named Auto-Owners Insurance Company as the recipient of its 2017 Company Award of Excellence.

The presentation was made on September 15, 2017, at a gala ceremony held in conjunction with PIA’s Board of Directors meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

The PIA National Company Award of Excellence honors a company for its commitment to PIA, to the American Agency System and to furthering the interests of professional insurance agents by creating a better business environment.

 “Auto-Owners is highly deserving of this, our association’s highest company honor,” said PIA National President Gary Blackwell, in presenting the award. “For independent agents, Auto-Owners is a true partner. Many of us have placed Auto-Owners Insurance high among the carriers we represent. There are many good reasons for this: Financial strength and stability. Excellent service. Superior products. Unparalleled quality. And ease of doing business.”

“We are honored and humbly accept this award on behalf of the associates of Auto-Owners that make such awards possible,” said Auto-Owners Chairman & CEO Jeff Harrold, who along with Mary Pierce, senior vice president, marketing & sales, was on hand for the presentation.

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