Preferred Market Access
*ONLY AVAILABLE TO CALIFORNIA PRODUCERS
The Alliance has worked closely with our carrier partners to build a special program that allows you to write through our quality preferred appointments and earn your way to direct appointments of your own. This program was built with carrier input—to empower you with the knowledge and skills you need—to build a quality preferred book and transition to your own appointments.
What You Will Learn:
- How to earn direct appointments with quality preferred carriers
- How to dramatically improve policy retention
- How to discuss account rounding with your clients
We’re Here to Help You Every Step of the Way.
- We underwrite & help guide you through every submission
- We’re here to answer questions
- We help you build a book of business that you can be proud of and will make the carriers want you writing
It’s Yours to Keep!
- Your Book of Business is owned by you, not us
- Once you get your direct appointment, you can broker-of-record all the business you have written through us back to your agency.
Earn Direct Appointments With:
- AEGIS Specialty Insurance Services (Personal Lines)
- ASI - American Strategic Insurance (Personal Lines)
- CSE Insurance Group (Personal Lines)
- Metlife (Commercial Lines)
- Progressive (Personal & Commercial Lines)
- Safeco Insurance (Personal Lines)
- Selective Insurance (Personal Lines)
- Stillwater Insurance Group (Personal Lines)
- Travelers (Personal Lines)
- Wright Flood (Personal Lines)
“The American Agents Alliance Gateway program has been an invaluable addition to our product offerings for our clients. An agency our size wouldn’t normally be able to provide enough production to satisfy carrier requirements for companies like Travelers and Safeco.”—Wayne McCormick
“I just have to say this. It is my one year anniversary and my business has just started to take off. I had no idea when I signed up to become a member of the American Agents Alliance how much of a help you would be. I could never have done it without you. Thank you so much!”—Jacob Faturechi