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Robbie Moore Named InsurPac Young Agent of the Year

2017 yac golf charity photo.jpgThe Georgia Young Agents Committee sent a group of young agents to Washington D.C. this week for the IIABA National Legislative Conference at the Renaissance Downtown Hotel from May 3 – 5. There they stood alongside IIAG Lobbyist, John Barbour, and other veteran agents to weigh in on the impact public policy has on the insurance industry. “It’s quite the experience to see how the agents storm the hill and to participate in meetings that shape how decision makers view the industry,” one of the attendees commented. 

During the Young Agents InsurPac Luncheon held on the first day of the conference, Robbie Moore (Blanchard & Calhoun Insurance Agency / Augusta) was presented with the National InsurPac Young Agent of the Year award for his dedication to the growth of the PAC both on a national and state level

“As Georgia’s Young Agent chair, Robbie Moore tirelessly worked to increase political involvement and PAC participation and his efforts paid off,,” said Veronica Della Porta, Big “I” InsurPac Board of Trustees chair and president of The Della Porta Group in Jacksonville, Florida, who presented the award. “Robbie’s commitment and hard work earned him the InsurPac Young Agent Award.” 
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The awards were presented Wednesday during the annual Big “I” Legislative Conference.
“Thousands of Big ‘I’ agents, including so many exceptional young agents, have worked hard to make InsurPac the most influential property-casualty political action committee in the country,” says Charles E. Symington, Jr., Big “I” senior vice president for external and government affairs. “The continued growth of InsurPac is a true testament to the grassroots strength that agents display both in their communities and in the nation’s capital.”

Since finishing his term on the Georgia YAC, Robbie has risen to take a seat on the National Young Agents Committee where he serves as the southeast regional liaison. IIAG is proud of Robbie and all his has accomplished.