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Germantown Insurance Agent Named as a Top Producer

May 25, 2017

 

Robert S. Klinger, president of Germantown-based Klinger Insurance Group, was named a 2017 Top Producer by Insurance Business America Magazine. Robert Klinger was also named to the Platinum Producers Club, which recognizes the impressive achievement of having a personal book of business worth $3 million or more.

    “Klinger Insurance Group is very proud of our President and all his accomplishments,” said marketing director, Shannon Reinhart. “He has been in the insurance business for over 20 years, bringing knowledge and expertise to his clients and to multiple insurance boards.”

   According to Insurance Business America, “This year’s winners come from all walks of life and all regions of the country. Experience counts, but it’s not everything: Nearly 44 percent op Producers have been in the business for 10 to 25 years, while 24 percent have been in it for less than 10 years. Impressively, two of this year’s Top Producers made their mark on the industry in under five years.”

   Klinger is a US Army combat veteran who completed his last tour of duty as an infantry commander for the 1st Infantry Division under the Big Red 1. In 1993, he formed his agency, which offers comprehensive insurance programs for a number of industries, including fabricare/dry cleaners, hair salons, contractors, restaurants, technology, the beer/wine/liquor industry and more.

    Insurance Business America Magazine releases a list of 100 of the industry’s top-performing professionals each year, and provides special recognition to industry leaders through the Platinum Producers Club.

 

 

 

 

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