SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 07, 2023–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Inszone Insurance Services, a rapidly growing, national provider of benefits, personal and commercial lines insurance, has announced the completion of its acquisition of Donna Ledwick Insurance Services. The move is part of Inszone Insurance's strategy to expand its national footprint and build on its reputation as a leading insurance provider in the United States.
Donna Ledwick Insurance Services, which opened its doors in 1997, has been a cornerstone in the area, supporting clients with their insurance needs and specializing in Life & Health, personal and commercial lines. Donna Ledwick, former proprietor of Donna Ledwick Insurance Services, studied financial services and obtained her series 6 and 63 licenses before ultimately deciding that the insurance industry was preferable to the financial industry.
"I'm excited to join forces with Inszone Insurance, which will enable us to better meet the demands of our clients in every way," said Donna Ledwick. "Inszone Insurance places great importance on serving each client, especially those with extremely specialized needs, which aligns perfectly with the values we hold dear."
"Donna has been a strong leader in the insurance industry, and we are thrilled to have her on our team," said Chris Walters, CEO of Inszone Insurance Services. "Our clients can expect the same personalized care they are used to, with the added benefit of extra resources offered by a larger agency. We look forward to working together to help streamline efficiencies, add resources, and continue expanding throughout the state."
The acquisition of Donna Ledwick Insurance Service is one of many important acquisitions that Inszone Insurance Services is expected to announce in the upcoming months. As the company continues to grow, it remains committed to providing exceptional customer service and insurance solutions to clients across the country.
Founded in 2002 and headquartered in Sacramento, California, Inszone is a full-service insurance brokerage firm which provides a broad array of property & casualty insurance, along with employee benefits solutions. With a strong, experienced management team, Inszone continues to grow organically, as well as through acquisitions. With 39 locations across California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Michigan, Missouri, Oregon, Texas, and Illinois, the company is looking to further expand throughout the United States.
For more information about Inszone, please visit www.inszoneinsurance.com.
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