Ryan Moore Inducted Into AmeriLife’s President’s Club

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Ryan Moore, an insurance agent with the Chattanooga office of AmeriLife & Health Services insurance agency, was named to the prestigious President’s Club of AmeriLife, the largest insurance marketing group in America.

Mr. Moore, the general manager of AmeriLife & Health Services of Chattanooga, LLC, wrote $309,443 in new business annualized insurance premiums in 2013. Life and health insurance agents who write at least $150,000 in premiums annually qualify for AmeriLife’s President’s Club inclusion.

AmeriLife has 35 career agency affiliates in six southeastern states.

Joined by representatives of several national insurance carriers, hundreds of AmeriLife & Health Services agents and guests gathered at AmeriLife’s annual Winter Gala to recognize the very best among AmeriLife’s thousands of sales agents.

AmeriLife & Health Services is a part of AmeriLife, the nation’s premier insurance marketing group. Founded in 1971, Clearwater, Fl.-based AmeriLife represents more than 30 national insurance carriers; has 16 individual marketing organizations; 35 career agency branch locations; and works with hundreds of thousands of independent insurance agents across the country.

For additional information about Ryan Moore or the 6702 Heritage Business Court Chattanooga office, contact Administrative Assistant Pam Torrie at 423 296-8000.


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