National Agents Alliance celebrated its 10th anniversary during the “Key To Tomorrow” Leadership Conference in Raleigh, N.C. on July 12-15.
The celebration started Thursday when Foresters held its pre-conference party that featured live music and a cake commemorating NAA’s decade in business.
On Saturday night, DJ Billy kept the music going as agents spent time toasting each other during a special NAA birthday party.
What has National Agents Alliance meant to people since 2002?
How about 940,000 families protected?
How about 98 billion in coverage offered?
How about helping people realize they can have a better life?
Those are just a few of the noteworthy achievements of The Alliance in its first 10 years in business.
What started as an idea in NAA President and CEO Andy Albright’s basement has grown into a national Insurance Marketing Organization that is second-to-none when it comes to teamwork, technology and lead generation.
It’s hard to believe there was a time when NAA has only one carrier. Today, The Alliance is in business with billion-dollar insurance companies like Mutual of Omaha, Foresters and ING … just to name a few.
National Agents Alliance has grown into the number-one biggest producing agency for some of the largest insurance companies across the globe, including Mutual of Omaha, Financial and Guaranty, Columbian Financial Group, Foresters, Monumental and Assurity.
Another goal from the beginning was to not only help people protect their families, but to also support various charities. NAA has stuck to that goal by volunteering with playground builds, school refurbishments in other countries, Duke Children’s Hospital and Children’s Miracle Network events and supporting many other organizations that “make a difference” in the world for those in need.
“I’m proud of what we have done up to this point, but the Alliance is far from finished,” Albright said. “The long-term history has yet to be written. We will always push to be better and to help more people in the process. It’s too much fun for the company and our agents, and what we do is too rewarding to stop now.
“It all goes back to having fun, making money and making a difference in a world that is constantly changing. That’s what we did by starting National Agents Alliance, it’s what we do now and it is going to be the driving force behind what takes us to the next level and to becoming a billion-dollar company. If I did not believe those things 100 percent, then I would not invest my time, efforts and all that I can personally each and every day. We are going to be remembered for changing lives and helping people when it is all said and done.”
The little company that said it was going to “Have Fun, Make Money and Make a Difference” is 10 years old, but we’re just getting started. The best is yet to come!