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Randall Moss Insurance Earns Recognition from Safeco Insurance for Excellent Performance

Mar 4, 2021 | Insurance

Randall Moss Insurance is pleased to announce it has earned two top honors from Safeco Insurance—the distinguished President’s Award and membership in the Elite Partner program.

About 200 agencies that sell Safeco Insurance in the United States earn the President’s Award each year, which celebrates their success with Safeco. The Elite Partner distinction recognizes excellent performance as well, providing agencies with access to special programs designed to help grow their business while maintaining high standards of service for customers.

“President’s Award and Elite Partner agencies are among the best independent insurance agencies that sell Safeco,” says Matt Nickerson, president of Safeco Insurance. “These awards celebrate the hard work, dedication and success of Randall Moss Insurance as a loyal Safeco partner who works with us to be there when customers need us most.”

“We are absolutely thrilled to be recognized with not only one, but two prestigious awards from Safeco,” says Aimee Moss-Agnew of Randall Moss Insurance.

“Our team is fully committed to making sure our clients receive the best customer service possible. We really do care. Receiving this recognition is truly an honor and only encourages us to continue to earn and keep the trust of our customers.”

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