Items filtered by date: November 2013

June 5, 2018 - AmWINS Program Underwriters, a managing general agent within Charlotte, North Carolina-based AmWINS Group Inc.’s underwriting division, said Monday it has formed a partnership with Liberty Mutual Insurance Group in its Home Health Care and Medical Facilities Programs.

June 5, 2018 - Alliant Insurance Services Inc. has named Kelley Bernal as senior vice president and senior director of underwriting in its SIU a division.

June 5, 2018 -  Commercial insurer, CNA, is hosting a grand opening and key handover ceremony for CNA Center, its new, modern global headquarters located at 151 North Franklin Street in Chicago’s loop business district on June 5, 2018, from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. CDT.

June 5, 2018 - NationsBuilders Insurance Services, Inc. (NBIS) has formed a new market partner relationship with Old Republic Specialty Insurance Underwriters.


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No name is more synonymous with greatness in the sport of golf than the name Jack Nicklaus, and no single person has changed the face of the sport more than Jack Nicklaus – the player, the designer, the philanthropist, and the good-will ambassador.

Jack was named “Golfer of the Century” or “Golfer of the Millennium” by almost every major golf publication in the world. He was also named Individual Male Athlete of the Century by Sports Illustrated, and one of the 10 Greatest Athletes of the Century by ESPN.

In November 2005, the Golden Bear was honored by President Bush at the White House with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest honor given to any U.S. civilian. A few weeks later, he was unanimously named by GolfWorld Magazine as its Newsmaker of the Year 2005, punctuating a year in which he played his final British Open, his final Masters Tournament, and led the United States to a thrilling victory in The Presidents Cup.

In 2001, Jack was honored with the first-ever ESPY Lifetime Achievement Award, and he became the first golfer—and only the third athlete—to receive the Vince Lombardi Award of Excellence. In 2003, he was honored with the Muhammad Ali Sports Legend Award.

Jack’s competitive career spanned five decades, and his legend has been built with 118 professional tournament victories worldwide and a record 18 professional major-championship titles (six Masters, five PGA Championships, four U.S. Opens, three British Opens). He is one of only five golfers—Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, and Tiger Woods the others—who have won all four of golf’s modern majors, an achievement often referred to as the career “Grand Slam.” Jack remains the only player to have completed the career Grand Slam on both the regular and senior tours. His eight majors on the senior circuit, now called the Champions Tour, remains a record.

Jack is a five-time winner of the PGA Player of the Year Award, was the PGA Tour’s leading money-winner eight times and runner-up six times. He played on six Ryder Cup teams, captained two other Ryder Cup teams, and served as U.S. captain for the 1998, 2003, 2005, and 2007 Presidents Cup teams—going unbeaten in his final three captaincies.

The legacy Jack has left as a player can be rivaled only by the legacy he is leaving as a golf-course designer, businessman and philanthropist.

Jack was named GolfWorld’s Architect of the Year in 1993, and in 1999, Golf Digest named him the world’s leading active designer. In February 2005, the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America recognized Jack with its highest honor, The Old Tom Morris Award. In 2001, he was named recipient of both the Donald Ross Award (American Society of Golf Course Architects) and the Donald Rossi Award (Golf Course Builders Association of America), and was honored with the International Network of Golf’s Achievement in Golf Course Design Award for 2000-2001.

Jack has been involved in the design of close to 290 courses open for play worldwide, and his thriving business, Nicklaus Design, has over 365 courses open for play around the world. Nicklaus Design courses are represented in 34 countries, 39 states, and no fewer than 90 have hosted a combined total of over 650 professional tournaments or significant national amateur championships. At least 65 Nicklaus Design courses have appeared in various national and international Top-100 lists. The firm currently has projects under construction or under development in 34 different countries—16 in which Nicklaus Design has never been involved.

Since 1962, Jack has added the moniker of “businessman” to his lengthy résumé. He is chairman of the privately held Nicklaus Companies. For a record six consecutive years (2004-09), Golf Inc. magazine ranked Jack “The Most Powerful Person in Golf,” due to his impact on various aspects of the industry through his course design work, marketing and licensing business, his ambassadorial role in promoting and growing the game worldwide, and his involvement on a national and global level with various charitable causes. He was also named “Golf Development Newsmaker of the Year” for 2005 by Golf Inc., and the Robb Report once named Jack the “Leading Power Player” in the golf market. Jack was also the “Global Ambassador,” along with women’s golf legend Annika Sorenstam, for golf’s unified campaign to gain inclusion into the Olympic Games, a goal realized Oct. 9, 2009, when the International Olympic Committee voted to add golf to the 2016 Olympic Program. 

In October 2010, Jack became the first American inducted into the Asia Pacific Golf Hall of Fame on the same night Nicklaus Design was named Golf Course Architect of the Year in Asia Pacific for the third straight year and fourth time in eight years. In just over a four-week period ending in May 2008, Jack received three Lifetime Achievement Awards in three different countries, as he was honored by the China Golf Association, then received the PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award, and, finally, was presented the KPMG Golf Business Forum’s Lifetime Achievement Award on May 13 in Dublin, Ireland, before close to 350 industry leaders and developers representing more than 30 countries. 

In January 2008, Jack was recognized for his global impact through design as well as his philanthropic efforts at home, when he was presented with The Woodrow Wilson Award for Corporate Citizenship. With its Woodrow Wilson Awards, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars recognizes leaders in business and public service from around the world and across the political spectrum. The Woodrow Wilson Award for Corporate Citizenship is given to executives who exemplify a commitment to the common good—beyond the bottom line—and who demonstrate that private firms should be stellar citizens in their own neighborhoods, as well as in the world.

Jack and his wife Barbara have a long history of involvement in numerous charitable activities, from junior golf to children’s hospitals to several scholarship foundations. Jack and Barbara are the guiding light for the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation, which supports numerous pediatric health-care services in South Florida, as well as nationally, and has raised $20 million in just over six years. In October 2010, Jack and Barbara were inducted into the Ambassador David M. Walter International Pediatric Hall of Fame.

On the golf side, Jack is a national chair of The First Tee program’s “More Than A Game” capital campaign. Because of their contributions to golf and to community, Barbara and Jack were honored twice in 2007—the first being The Boys Scouts of America Distinguished Citizens Award, and then the Francis Ouimet Lifelong Contributions to Golf Award, which drew close to 2,200 people to Boston to set a record for a sports function in New England. 

Residing in North Palm Beach, Fla., since 1965 and in the same home they have lived since 1970, Jack and Barbara Nicklaus are parents to five children and grandparents to 22.

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TMPAA sponsorship and promotional opportunities will identify yourself as a leader in the program arena.  We can tailor your sponsorship to match any budget and marketing strategy with our onsite, online, and print options.  Certain sponsorships include recognition in print and on the TMPAA website, extending your investment both before the meeting and long afterwards.  Act quickly as the sponsorships are exclusive and sell out quickly.  You can customize your own opportunity and tell us how we can make your sponsorship experience with the TMPAA a success.

  • Create, develop, and enhance credibility – Sponsorship builds trust and establishes rapport with your partners and prospective partners.  Sponsorship allows you to differentiate your business with a captive audience.

  • Highly targeted marketing investment – Attendees at the TMPAA Summit all have one thing in common, they are all dedicated to program business.

  • Leveraged lead generation – Leverage your enhanced positioning at TMPAA events with current partners and earn recommendations and introductions to their connections as well.

  • Extended exposure – Promotion before, during and after the event to the largest database of program business professionals in the insurance industry

  • Brand awareness – Logo placement increases brand awareness.  Being recognized as a Summit sponsor communicates value and support among all TMPAA members and meeting attendees.


 GOLD - Sponsorship selections totaling $10,000+

Gold Sponsorship includes:
  TMPAA Website home page Key Sponsor List; Main meeting page Key Sponsor list with website link; Company Logo and website link on Meeting Sponsor page; Meeting e-ads with website link; TMPAA Newsletter Key Sponsor list with website link; Attendees list emails Key Sponsor list; Company logo in two “Thank You” ads (Program Book and Rough Notes Magazine); Feature in General Session slide shows (2) and signage in conference area at meeting; Mobile meeting app sponsor feature company logo and website link.

Metrics for Gold Sponsors

Assumptions:  For the past two years, TMPAA has averaged 700 registered attendees per national meeting.  Both meetings are 6-month evolutions providing visibility 4 months prior and 2 months after for Gold sponsors.  Annual TMPAA website traffic exceeds 50,000 visits.  Based on average monthly visits, each national meeting is supported by 50% of annual site traffic.

Garner OVER 140,000 IMPRESSIONS for your organization!

 SILVER - Sponsorship selections totaling $5,000-$9,999


Silver Sponsorship includes:  Company website link on Meeting Sponsor page; Company name in two “Thank You” ads (Program Book and Rough Notes Magazine); Feature in General Session slide shows (2) and signage in conference area at meeting; Mobile meeting app sponsor feature company website link.  


 BRONZE - Sponsorship selections totaling $2,500-$4,999


Bronze sponsorship includes:  Company name on Meeting Sponsor Page; Company name in two “Thank You” ads (Program Book and Rough Notes Magazine); Feature in General Session slide shows (2) and signage in conference area at meeting; Mobile meeting app sponsor feature listing.  



The total dollar amount of the specific item(s) that you choose to sponsor designates the “level” of sponsorship.

Meeting Publication Advertising

The program book and attendee list is combined into ONE PUBLICATION distributed to all attendees (800+ program professionals).  Following the meeting, the book will be posted on the TMPAA website (minus attendee contacts).

Outside back cover 4 Color Ad $7,000
Inside back cover 4 Color Ad $5,000
Inside front cover 4 Color Ad $5,000
Full page 4 Color Ad - interior $2,000
Interior "Program Book Sponsors" Logo Page - Color Logo $950



Electronic Marketing Sponsor–Company name included in all electronic marketing (automatic Gold sponsorship)
Branded Electronic Attendee List—minimum of 5 distributions $5,000
Networking Lounge—Full Meeting $5,000
Trade Show Sponsor–branding on event-related signage, inclusion on the agenda and in program book
Mobile Meeting App $6,500
A/V Logo Sponsor–Company logo displayed on General Session slides Tues. & Wed 
Program Power Station $5,000
Professional Headshot Sponsor $3,000
White Paper–Placed on TMPAA website and in meeting mobile app for attendees
 WiFi Sponsor $3,000


Hotel Room & Meeting Binder

Meeting Portfolio Sponsor (limited to 4 logos) $5,000
Meeting Pen Sponsor (logo on metal pens)   $5,000
Hotel Room Door Hangers–Monday $5,000
Hotel Room Door Hangers–Tuesday   $5,000
In Room Delivery–Inclusion of promo item or pamphlet in a bag to be delivered to attendees in hotel, minimum of 3 sponsors $1,500


Business Meetings & Workshops

All sponsored meetings and workshops include branding on event-related signage, mention in Program Book and online agenda.

Workshop–Monday (if available) $3,000
Carrier Networking Lounge–Tuesday $3,000
Workshop–Tuesday (if available) $3,000
Industry Speaker–Wednesday  $5,000
Workshops–Wednesday (if available) $3,000


Networking Events

All sponsored networking events include branding on event-related signage, mention in Program Book and online agenda.

Continental Breakfast—Monday $3,000
Networking Lunch—Monday   $3,000
Afternoon Break Station—Monday  $2,500
Evening Welcome Reception—Monday  $12,000
Networking Breakfast—Tuesday  $3,000
Morning Break Station—Tuesday  $2,500
Networking Lunch—Tuesday 
Afternoon Break Station —Tuesday  $2,500
Evening Networking Reception—Tuesday   $12,000
Networking Breakfast—Wednesday  $3,000
Box Lunch—Wednesday $3,000


TMPAA Charities Golf Sponsorships

Individual Hole Sponsor $500
Hole Events—2 Closest to Pin, 2 Longest Drive $750
Hole-In-One Event $1,500

Additional sponsorship opportunities may become available prior to the meeting. Please call (302) 268-1010 to discuss. Thank you.


Member registrations cancelled 14 days or earlier from the event start date are eligible for a full refund or credit to a future meeting.

Member registrations cancelled between 7 and 14 days from the event start date are eligible for a full credit to a future TMPAA meeting.

Registrations cancelled less than 7 days from the event are not automatically eligible for refund or credit.  Please contact the TMPAA to discuss your specific situation.

*Applies to meeting registration fee only.


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June 4, 2018 - Specialty Program Group LLC has acquired the assets of Novato, Calif.-based Professional Program Insurance Brokerage.