Agency principal Ken May and office manager Kim Stankiewicz attended the 2013 American Agents Alliance Convention in Palm Desert from September 26th through September 29th.
This working convention features continuing education classes, workshops, a tradeshow with 106 company representatives and vendors, great networking opportunities for insurance professionals, and of course fun (hard to believe that 1000 insurance people at a five-star resort with numerous bars would have a good time!)..
Our very own Ken May was elected by the Alliance membership to a 4th term as president of the organization. Though this is a volunteer position, Ken stated “I get so much more out of the Alliance and working with tremendous board members and staff than I could ever give”.
Congratulations also go to Kim who won the longest drive contest in the Alliance Golf Tournament sponsored by Pacific Specialty Insurance. Her shot ended up 234 yards from the tee, right down the middle, and until very late in the match was longer than the men’s longest drive!
The Alliance Convention is the largest property and casualty trade show in the Western region of the United States. Independent agents from across the United States come together to learn about the latest changes in insurance, how to use the latest technology to help run a better agency and better serve our customers, and simply become better insurance professionals.
This is also the perfect opportunity to visit with many insurance companies and develop partnerships with those that we feel can offer our customers the best coverage and claims service at the best value while being financially sound.
At Ken May Insurance Services, we strongly believe in continuing education and professional development. We understand that our customers have a choice when selecting an insurance agent. Because we believe that education is an ongoing process, select only the best companies to become partners with, and take very seriously our responsibility to protect our clients, we think that we earn that choice and trust.