Delivering on its goal of providing much needed insurance options in more Hispanic communities, The IHC Group announced today that Aspira A Más, its Hispanic sales and marketing division, and Premier Insurance Services have established an innovative distribution alliance that will help provide full portfolio of insurance products including auto, home and now health solutions in California.
With 30 offices throughout California, Premier Insurance Services has been a leading property and casualty agency for auto, home and business insurance for 12 years. Through the new alliance with Aspira A Más, the company can now offer affordable health insurance solutions to their thousands of consumers to meet their individual or family needs for:
- ACA plans, also known as Obamacare
- Metal Gap, a supplemental insurance that bridges the gap in coverage with ACA plans
- Short Term Medical
- Critical Illness
“It’s a win-win situation. Aspira A Más’ positive industry reputation, financial stability, agent training platform, simple enrollment technology and on-point advertising programs made this a very easy decision for us,” said Paul Areida, CEO at Premier Insurance Services. “We are very excited to offer additional health insurance products to our loyal customers for a true one-stop experience with knowledgeable insurance advisors.”
Aspira A Más (“Aspire for More”) launched in June of this year as the Hispanic sales and marketing division of IHC Specialty Benefits, a member of The IHC Group. It is dedicated to serving and creating professional career opportunities for Hispanics along with essential major medical and ancillary health insurance products.
“Our new alliance with Premier Insurance brings Aspira A Más one step closer to achieving the mission of serving Hispanics in America, widely recognized as one of the most under-insured demographic groups even after Obamacare,” remarked Javier Tejeda-Vera, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Aspira A Más. “We are positive that our combined efforts will contribute to protecting the most valuable assets for the Hispanic community, as well as health coverage for their loved ones.”
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