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Huntington Insurance honored for performance PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 10 September 2009 10:55
Huntington Insurance, Inc. of Bowling Green has been honored with the President's Award for its superior performance and outstanding commitment to Ohio Casualty, a Liberty Mutual Agency Markets regional company.
President and CEO Wayne Oetjen represented the agency at company meetings held recently in Miami. Appointed with Ohio Casualty since 1981, Huntington Insurance was recognized for achieving exceptional results in 2008, including account growth and loss ratio targets, as well as for its exemplary service to Ohio Casualty customers. It is one of only 43 agencies to be recognized with this honor across Ohio Casualty's seven state territory.
"Huntington Insurance is in the top tier among our appointed agencies," said Michael A. Winner, president and chief executive officer, Ohio Casualty. "The sustained growth and consistently high profitability required to achieve this exclusive recognition reflects the contribution that Huntington Insurance makes to our mutual success and affirms our commitment to building strong relationships at the local level."
With underwriting companies dating back to 1851, Ohio Casualty offers property and casualty insurance products, including a comprehensive set of commercial coverages, distributed through appointed independent agents. Headquartered in Fairfield, Ohio, Ohio Casualty provides insurance in Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington D.C., and West Virginia.
 

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