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Be Someone’s Fairy Godmother

As the mother of two young boys, their health and happiness are two of the most important things in my life. So, when I hear of families that have to experience their children dealing with critical illnesses, it just breaks my heart. The strength that these parents, children and their loved ones display during very

Internships: A Win-Win Solution

Last week, I attended the RMI Career Fair at UNC-Charlotte to promote summer internships and job openings with our member agencies. I have attended these Career Fairs many times over the last few years – at Appalachian State University, East Carolina University and UNC-Charlotte – and am always impressed with the students in attendance. They

North Carolina’s Archaic Insurance Rate System Unique in U.S.

Guest post from IIANC Chairman of the Board David Purinai, AAI, CIC, CRM. David’s opinion piece was originally printed in the Rocky Mount Telegram on 3/9/13. _____________________________________________________________________ Which is less expensive? One scoop of ice cream for a dollar or two scoops at $1.50? If you listen to some of the voices in Raleigh who

Welcome!

Welcome to IIANC’s newest foray into the social media world…our blog “Insurspective“. Just as the name suggests, this blog is designed to be a place where IIANC staff and leadership will share their thoughts and perspective on both insurance-related matters and association happenings. We hope that you will become a regular visitor to our little

Coming Soon!

IIANC’s blog will be up and running soon with lots of posts to keep you informed about what is happening with the association and the insurance industry. Check back soon!