Posted on 14 Nov 12 by Annie George
The American Insurance Marketing & Sales (AIMS) Society is accepting nominations for its annual sales and marketing achievement awards, which will be presented during the organization's 26th Annual PRO-to-PRO Executive Retreat in Grapevine, Texas, on February 28, 2013. The deadline for nominations is January 11.
The AIMS Society's Producer of the Year Award recognizes members for outstanding sales achievement, retention, service, education, and industry involvement. "This award acknowledges the achievements of an insurance producer who embodies the principles taught in the CPIA professional designation program Insurance Success Seminars," says AIMS Society Executive Director Kitty Ambers, CPIA, CIC, CISR, CPIW.
The organization's Company Partner of the Year Award honors an Independent Agency Channel insurance carrier that delivers extraordinary support to help independent agents and brokers sell and market insurance better. This support could be in the form of new marketing programs, educational initiatives or innovative product offerings, Ambers says.
AIMS Society's PRO-to-PRO Executive Retreat is an informal gathering of top insurance marketing and sales professionals. The 2013 event will take place February 28-March 2 at the Embassy Suites Dallas - DFW Airport North Outdoor World. To register or learn more, visit aimssociety.org/pro-to-pro.
For more information on the AIMS Society Producer of the Year and Company Partner of the Year awards, visit aimssociety.org/awards. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities for the upcoming PRO-to-PRO, contact Kitty Ambers at 804-674-6466.
About AIMS Society:
Founded in 1968 as The Firemark Society, the AIMS Society (www.aimssociety.org) is a national, member-driven organization that provides practical training, information and networking services designed to increase the personal and agency sales production of property and casualty insurance agents. AIMS Society was the first organization to honor property and casualty agents for sales excellence and to establish the industry's only sales-based insurance designation: the Certified Professional Insurance Agent (CPIA). Completion of the CPIA designation requirements is not necessary to qualify for membership.