ABA announces new insurance partnerships

Posted on October 20, 2011

The American Bus Association (ABA) announced it partnered with Enrollment First Inc. and World Wide Insurance Services Inc. to launch ABA Insurance Services, which will give the association's members access to affordable insurance products for their employees.

ABA Insurance Services is designed to be one-stop insurance shop for ABA members. Through this innovative partnership any ABA member will be able to offer their employees first-rate insurance products including major medical, dental, vision, life, hospital indemnity and 401K. All of the plans offered will require minimal administration and no employer contribution.

World Wide Insurance Services was established in 1989 and services the insurance needs of more than 20 business associations.

Founded in 2002, Enrollment First helps companies nationwide within a number of industries make cost-effective insurance benefits available for their employees.

For more about ABA Insurance Services, click here.



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