Together everyone achieves more. That is one reason why being part of a winning team is so rewarding. For over 90 years the FCIC team has worked together to provide our insurers with exceptional insurance products along with superior customer service.
Bedford Park, Illinois (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
“Together everyone achieves more. That is one reason why being part of a winning team is so rewarding. For over 90 years the FCIC team has worked together in order to provide our insurers with exceptional insurance products along with superior customer service. In addition, FCIC has never lost sight of the importance of giving back to the communities we serve,” remarked John Gettemans, President, First Chicago Insurance Company (FCIC). “As part of our quarterly agency production contest, Go for the Gold, FCIC will be donating one dollar for every new business application written from May 1st through August 31st to Special Olympics Illinois. FCIC is proud to help support such an outstanding organization as Special Olympics Illinois. Even during these challenging economic times, we feel it is important to honor our corporate citizenship by financially supporting a worthy cause.”
Dave Breen, CEO, Special Olympics Illinois added, “It is through the generous efforts of companies like FCIC that Special Olympics Illinois is able to serve its members year-round. FCIC is truly helping to enhance the lives of the athletes, their families and the volunteers of Special Olympics Illinois.”
Established in 1920, FCIC is licensed in the states of Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin. The company’s product lines include preferred and standard personal auto insurance, commercial auto insurance and artisan general liability insurance which are marketed through a network of independent insurance producers. http://www.firstchicagoinsurance.com.
Special Olympics Illinois is a not-for-profit organization offering year-round training and competitions in 19 sports for more than 21,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities and more than 11,000 Young Athletes ages 2-7 with and without intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics promotes acceptance for all and changes lives by empowering people with intellectual disabilities to realize their full potential in sports and in life. Special Olympics programs enhance physical fitness, motor skills, self-confidence, and social skill and encourage family and community support.