#InsuranceRocks – Let’s Start a Movement!

#InsuranceRocks – Because Insurance is an Awesome Industry!

Those of us who work in the industry know that insurance is an awesome industry to work in. Unfortunately it’s also a complex industry, and we are misunderstood by the public, especially the younger generations. This has caused many people to have a negative impression of the industry. Today, is the day we change that stereotype!

Join us in starting a movement where we show the world how proud we are of the work we do and how much we love it! We want to encourage every insurance professional who has had a fulfilling career and who loves the industry to make their love public by sharing just how and why #InsuranceRocks. Help us reverse the tide, and change the rhetoric about our industry. Help us get to the point where a high school or college kid Googles information about working in the industry and find multitudes of positive and encouraging information. This will help us all to attract the best talent!

You can help in 3 ways with varying degrees of commitment:

  1. The quick way: Simply start tweeting the reasons you love insurance using the hashtag #InsuranceRocks.
  2. The even better way: to also share this article with all your insurance friends and encourage them to participate.
  3. The best way: If you’re willing to put a little more time into it, help us by sending us your story for the “Why I Love Insurance Series”.  We will publish your article here on InsNerds. Email your submissions to afcanas@gmail.com.  You can read a couple stories already by clicking here.

It’s no accident that we’re launching this movement to coincide with the start of the 2015 CPCU Society Annual Meeting in Indianapolis #CPCU15. Carly and Tony will be at the event equipped with awesome #InsuranceRocks ribbons for your lanyard, and the only way you can get one is by finding us and showing us your #InsuranceRocks tweet!

3 thoughts on “#InsuranceRocks – Let’s Start a Movement!

  1. You should exercise more caution in what you write. What we have experienced following Christchurch earthquakes with insurance companies is not honor and trust. I note you will not publish comments. This is because of the negativity which will be generated. Your post is a pathetic attempt to inspire trust. Six years after the first event a large number of us have still not been settled and we are dealing with insurance companies who have not honored our policies.

    • We do publish comments both positive and negative. I’m very sorry about your bad experience in New Zealand. My experience in the US working at several different carriers has always been that the company wants to pay what we owe. I really do hope that your insurance company honors their commitments with you and that if they don’t New Zealand has proper channels to get you the justice you deserve.

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