The Certified Professional Insurance Agents (CPIA) Society, a national organization providing interactive marketing and sales training and ongoing resources and networking opportunities to insurance professionals, recently announced its 2004 award winners during the 17th Annual PRO-to-PRO Executive Retreat.
*The St. Paul Companies for “Company Partner of the Year.”
*Joseph Ognibene, senior technical specialist with the marketing department of the New Jersey School Board Association Insurance Group (NJSBAIG) in Burlington, N.J., for “Producer of the Year.”
*David Schuppler, president of Scuppler & Associates, based in Wauwatosa, Wis., and co-founder of ASPSalesource, for “Volunteer of the Year.”
“We’re proud to recognize our top companies, producers and volunteers for all of their hard work and success,” said CPIA Society President Michael Grace, with Wright & Percy Insurance, Baton Rouge, La. “Their commitment to professionalism in the insurance industry is outstanding.”
The 17th Annual PRO-to-PRO Executive Retreat commemorated many years of professionalism and excellence in insurance sales and marketing. The three-day forum was jam-packed with networking opportunities and innovative sales and marketing training sessions. CPIA Society programs assist agency owners, producers, sales support staff and company employees with boosting productivity and profits.
Founded in 1968 and based in Richmond, Va., the CPIA Society originally was known as the Fire Mark Society – an organization that recognized insurance agents for their sales excellence and professionalism. With more than 550 members and more than 1,000 CPIA designees, the CPIA Society’s mission is to serve as a national organization dedicated to providing interactive marketing and sales training, ongoing resources and networking opportunities to insurance professionals. The CPIA Society provides a resource in sales and marketing to the entire industry while not competing with industry trade organizations. For more information, call 877/674-CPIA or visit www.cpia.com.
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