Raleigh, NC, September 19, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Auto insurance agents’ association and continuing education provider step up to the plate to provide financial support.
Auto Insurance Agents of North Carolina (AIANC) and InternetCE recognize the tough economic times and are doing something about it. AIANC and InternetCE have committed to assisting 50 unemployed insurance professionals, who lost their jobs, by donating state filing fees and continuing education courses, totaling 24 hours each.
AIANC will pay the state fees of $1.65 per hour and InternetCE is offering agents the option of online or live classes. Rick Pregram, President of AIANC, wanted to do something. “I have seen more and more people that I have known for years losing their job in this economy,” Rick said. So AIANC offered agents who lost their jobs, free attendance at AIANC’s upcoming Insurance Expo 2009. The agents are welcomed to pass out resumes and network with participating companies. The conference is September 25-26, 2009, at the Embassy Suites in Concord, North Carolina. Attendee information can be found at their website - www.autoinsuranceagentsnc.com.
However, the giving didn’t stop there. A marketing representative, Ann Bartell, saw the story and contributed $500 of her own money to help defray resume printing and copying costs and Cathy Miller, Business Writer, donated her services as well. When Rick approached Aaron Loring Davis, Chief Technology Officer at InternetCE.com, about donating CE courses, Aaron was happy to accommodate. In an interview, Aaron stated, “InternetCE has been an advocate for agents for almost 20 years. We are very fortunate to be in a position to be able to help and are honored to have been asked. It speaks volumes about Rick and his organization.”
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact:
Auto Insurance Agents of North Carolina
Aaron Loring Davis
Chief Technology Officer
About Auto Insurance Agents of North Carolina
Founded in 1988, the association has a permanent seat on the Board of Governors. Commissioner Jim Long appointed Jeff Butler, past president of the AIANC, to fill that seat. AIANC strengthens the Independent Auto Insurance Agent by working with its Companies, the Department of Insurance, the North Carolina Rate Bureau, and other entities that affect the agents’ future. More information is available at the association website, www.autoinsuranceagentsnc.com.
Founded in 1991 by Cliff Davis, MBA, CLU, InternetCE has grown to be one of the top providers of Continuing Education in the United States. InternetCE’s clients include prestigious associations, groups and companies looking for steadfast professionalism and top-level expertise. Thousands of students and professionals have benefited from InternetCE’s convenient course offerings, including a wide variety of public and private training classes. More information is available at the company’s website, www.internetce.com.
Contact: Aaron Loring Davis, Chief Technology Officer
Company Name: InternetCE.com