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Alaska USA Insurance Brokers Earns Multiple Awards for Performance

Apr 26, 2019 | Finance, Insurance, News

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 ANCHORAGE—Alaska USA Insurance Brokers has received performance-based recognition from a number of insurance company partners. These include the Umialik Circle of Excellence award, Safeco President’s Award, and the Progressive Premier Partner award.

Umialik Insurance Company’s Circle of Excellence award places Alaska USA Insurance Brokers in the top 8% of all of its Northwest agencies for performance, growth, and partnership. Alaska USA Insurance Brokers has earned this award each year since its inception in 2015.

The Safeco President’s Award is given to select agencies from among those who have also achieved elite agency status. In 2019, this award was given to their top 265 agents from among thousands across the country. Alaska USA Insurance Brokers has earned this award for the past nine years. 

Progressive Insurance once again presented Alaska USA Insurance Brokers with its Premier Partner award, which recognizes exceptional knowledge and performance with progressive insurance products.

“Awards such as these demonstrate our commitment to partnering with several high-quality insurance companies, and matching clients’ unique needs with the right coverage options,” said Julia Niziolek, president, Alaska USA Insurance Brokers. “We work hard to deliver the best products available through a personalized insurance shopping experience.”

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