Joseph M. Wiedemann & Sons recognizes SECURA as Agency Partner of the Year
We want the best for our customers, and we truly believe the independent agents we partner with want the same. By creating strong relationships with the agents who bring you our products, we are confident our customers are getting the coverage they need from the right providers.
We recognize our top-performing agents every year but, recently, the roles were reversed when
Joseph M.Wiedemann & Sons recognized SECURA as their Partner Carrier of the Year at the agency’s annual golf outing at St. Charles Country Club in Illinois.
“Our agents are a vital part of what we do here at SECURA,” said Shane Roh, Regional Vice President of Sales. “Being recognized as their top partner is what we strive for every day, because we want to support all the agents at Joseph M. Wiedemann & Sons as they do what’s best for their customers.”
Through the years, we’ve been recognized by some of theinsurance industry’s top rating services, but earning an award from those we do business with every day is especially rewarding.
Thank you to Joseph M. Wiedemann & Sons and all theindependent agents we partner with for helping us deliver top-notch service and quality coverage for our customers.
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