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New developments at InsurMark, one of the country’s leading insurance marketing organizations, will cause the company to become a true powerhouse in the life insurance distribution industry.

March 13, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Houston, Texas — InsurMark recently announced that the company is now a full Equity Partner with AimcoR Group, effective February 1, 2014. AimcoR Group is a national consortium of insurance brokerage agencies that distributes life insurance products and services nationwide.

To become an equity partner with AimcoR Group, stringent requirements have to be met, including proving an exceptional amount of life insurance premium production. The candidate must then be approved by the AimcoR Group Board of Directors as well as all other Equity Partners. InsurMark was voted in by a unanimous decision.

This powerful equity partnership with AimcoR Group allows InsurMark access to over two dozen of the top insurance carriers in the country, along with over 200 different life insurance products.

According to Steve Kerns, CEO and founder of InsurMark, “This is a monumental decision for the growth of the life insurance division of our company. Our Equity Partner affiliation with AimcoR Group forges InsurMark’s commitment to becoming a major player in life insurance distribution, and strengthens our relationship with the top carrier partners.”

Also, there are new improvements within InsurMark’s Life Insurance Department in the areas of technology and underwriting. InsurMark’s new life insurance technology platform includes an underwriting system that allows for quick medical assessments to determine the “best case” underwriting classification. Other technology improvements include efficiencies to the online quoting and application submission processes. With these recent upgrades, InsurMark provides added value through the finest, most robust technology platform for efficient and streamlined life insurance underwriting available in today’s marketplace.

With the combination of the AimcoR Group equity partnership and new improvements in technology and underwriting, InsurMark is poised to become a true powerhouse in the life insurance distribution industry.

For more information on InsurMark’s new Equity Partner relationship with AimcoR Group and the improved technology and underwriting platforms in the InsurMark Life Insurance Department, visit the company’s website at http://www.insurmark.net.

About InsurMark:

InsurMark was founded in 1983 by CEO Steve Kerns and his wife Becky. The company has since become one of the premier IMOs (Insurance Marketing Organizations) in the industry.

InsurMark provides state-of-the-art, highly-effective marketing solutions, cutting-edge education, the latest innovative products and the industry’s most lucrative incentive rewards program to its contracted independent investment and insurance advisors. The company also supplies true back office scrubbing, tracking and support functions, saving their advisors the worry and expense of hiring additional personnel to perform these necessary business processes.

For more information, visit InsurMark’s website at http://www.insurmark.net.

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Name: JR Goforth
Email: jgoforth@insurmark.net
Phone: (800) 752-0207
Organization: InsurMark

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