Important KFBIAA Health Insurance Association Update

Attached is a copy of a letter forwarded to me from Bill Kennedy with MGC group.  It appears we have an issue with our group health proposal.  I have asked Bill to continue to work with us on attaining our goal of bringing a group health policy for our members.  I’ll keep you posted if […]

Message from President Fannin

Fellow Agents, I wanted to provide you with a few updates on a few items important to you and your Association. First, I have personally attended more than 15 meetings this year either as your representative on the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation Board or as an invited guest of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Board […]

Look Who’s New: Chase M. Brown

Louisville, KY (June 15, 2016) – Chase M. Brown has been appointed as a new agent with Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Insurance at the Hopkins County Farm Bureau–Center Street Agency. Brown’s appointment was announced in Louisville by Chuck Osborne, Vice President of Agency Support & Marketing for KFB Insurance. Brown, a Hopkins County native, attended […]

KFBIAA Scholarship Recipients – 2016

Here are our 2016 KFBIAA Scholarship Recipients! McKayla Renee Sprowles Parent: Leslie Sprowles Attends Taylor County HS Scholarship: Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Agents Association Scholarship – $1,000 *Mother is a CSR at Taylor County Farm Bureau. Molly Jo Morgan Parents: Todd & Amy Morgan Attends Cumberland County HS Scholarship: Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Agents Association […]

Why Promoted Agents Should be Vested

Is it not curious to anyone else that KFB penalizes agents at promotion? What… When? This penalty comes when an agent accepts an agency manager position prior to being vested. This makes absolutely no sense to me. Why would any company have conditions in place that would be a deterrent to seemingly the most optimal […]

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