Word & Brown General Agency Announces Final Series of Statewide Classes in Certified Insurance Professional Series

May 2013
Insurance Broadcasting;5/28/2013, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the final series of classes in Certified Insurance Professional (CIP) Series to be conducted by the insurance company Word & Brown General Agency for brokers of California. The president of the company Jessica Word states that the certification course will provide professional expertise in advanced product and service concepts. It informs that the course which is going to be held from June 4 to July 26 in eight different cities in California.


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