Trent Rhoads Receives Platinum Award For Sales

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Trent Rhoads, an agent of AmeriLife and Health Services of Chattanooga, LLC was recognized for outstanding sales in the months of December 2013–May 2014 by being awarded the Platinum Award. 

AmeriLife insurance agents who write at least $20,000 ($15,000 for rookies) in annualized premiums for every month during the months of December 2013 through May 2014 earned this honor and were recognized on stage at the company’s Super Steak and Beans Awards Dinner. Mr. Rhoads wrote $142,544 in new business annualized insurance premiums during the award qualification period.

AmeriLife has 33 career agency affiliates in six southeastern states, with expansion recently into Texas. 

Joined by representatives of several national insurance carriers, hundreds of AmeriLife and Health Services agents and guests gathered at the Hyatt Regency Riverfront Jacksonvilleto recognize the very best among AmeriLife’s sales agents.

For additional information about Trent Rhoads, or the Chattanooga office at 6702 Heritage  Business Ct. contact AmeriLife Administrative Assistant Pam Torrie at 296-8000.


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