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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MEYERS-MCCOMIS JOINS INSURICA

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA (July 1, 2020)

INSURICA is pleased to announce that Texas insurance agency, Meyers-McComis Inc. (MMI), has signed an agreement to join the firm. With offices in Bridgeport and Kilgore, MMI will continue INSURICA’s strategic expansion into Texas.

“Randy McComis and his team have built a solid reputation in their market. For us, finding the right blend of expertise, reputation, and culture is key to building a successful partnership. MMI certainly has all three; they are an excellent fit,” said Mike Ross, INSURICA CEO.

“Our team is excited to become part of INSURICA,” commented Randy McComis, vice president of MMI. “One of the most important factors for us was how comfortable we felt with the people and culture of INSURICA. From my first meeting, I was impressed with how similar we were in our business philosophies and the way we approach serving our customers. The added resources we will gain from being part of INSURICA will only enhance our current capabilities.”

Matthew Klossner of Mystic Capital acted as the broker for the seller. The INSURICA team was led by John Hester, Sr. VP of Mergers and Partnerships with financial due diligence performed by CFO, Ed Young, and Enterprise Controller, Amy Herboek.

INSURICA is among the 40 largest brokers of U.S. business and has nearly 600 employees in 26 offices located throughout Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Colorado, Arizona, and California.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Kevin Wellfare, VP Marketing
405.523.2100
Kevin.Wellfare@INSURICA.com

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