The Road to Kona




Centauri to Host Next Agency Incentive Trip in The Aloha State in July 2017

Planning is in full swing for Centuari's next Agency Incentive Trip and our list of qualifiers is growing every day. Chairman's and Voyager Level agents will join Centauri and our partners in tropical Kona, Hawaii for an unforgettable vacation packed with exciting excursions, scrumptious dinners and a captivating luau, all while taking in the sights and sounds of this breathtaking island. Although our last Agency Incentive Trip in Lake Tahoe will be extremely hard to top, we are always looking for ways to make each trip better than the last with top-notch settings, accommodations, meals, adventures and service.

Below is a list of agencies who have met the premium requirements for our Chairman's and Voyager Levels in 2016 as of 8/21/16*.
There's still plenty of time to qualify and earn your ticket on this once-in-a-lifetime trip. The deadline to qualify is 12/31/16. For Agency Rewards Qualification Guidelines in your state, please refer to the  Bulletins section in Centauri's Policy Administration System.

CHAIRMAN'S LEVEL

Griffin Agency - AL
Bishop, Cannon & Stacy - AL
Bourg Insurance Agency - LA
Ryan Davis Insurance Agency - TX
Regency Insurance Group - FL
Insurance Express - FL
John Galt (JGI Holdings) - FL
DTRT - FL

VOYAGER LEVEL
Safe Harbor Insurance - LA
Lemon Mohler Insurance Agency - MS
Rockland Insurance - TX
Charles Osburn Insurance - TX
Greenway Insurance - TX
Karen Ehlers - TX
American Option - TX
Clay Paul (Includes Texas Direct) - TX
Southern Group Insurance - TX
Gallagher Property & Casualty - FL
We Insure Group - FL
Miami Insurance Brokers - FL

As always, we appreciate your hard work and dedication to Centauri Insurance and hope to see you all in Kona!

* Please note that Loss Ratio requirements will be factored in at a later date to determine which of these agencies will qualify for the Agency Incentive Trip and profit sharing dollars. Actual award winners will be notified in March 2017

















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