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NAIFA Supports Life Insurance Awareness Month

Mutual of Omaha Advisors of Northern Florida will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony on July 24 at 11 A.M. for its new office at 7650 W. Courtney Campbell Causeway, Suite 150 in Tampa, Fla. At least 30 staff members including 25 advisors will operate out of the new office, serving insurance and financial services clients throughout Northern and Central Florida, including Tampa and Orlando.

The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) is proud to join in the festivities and participate in the event. Robert J. Liebman, Managing Director of Northern Florida for Mutual of Omaha Advisors, will preside over the program. Brian Wilson, a Sales Director with Mutual of Omaha based in Lexington, Ky., and a member of NAIFA's Board of Trustees will represent NAIFA at the opening and deliver remarks. Also on hand will be Steve Saladino, a member of the Board of Directors for NAIFA’s Florida chapter. The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce will also participate in the ribbon cutting.

Mutual of Omaha and NAIFA are working together to raise awareness of the important roles insurance and financial professionals play in protecting the security of 90 million American families. Mutual of Omaha also supports NAIFA’s federal and state advocacy efforts, including the annual Congressional Conference, which draws up 800 financial professionals to Washington, D.C., to meet with their members of Congress.

“NAIFA and Mutual of Omaha share the goal of attracting diverse, talented professionals to insurance and financial services careers,” said NAIFA CEO Kevin Mayeux. “As a long-time Floridian myself, I understand the need for the services of agents and advisors in the state and am pleased that NAIFA is able to help welcome Mutual of Omaha Advisors of Northern Florida in their new office space that will allow them to better serve clients in the region.”




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