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Allstate Cash For Quotes
Allstate Insurance Company, the official insurance partner of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) is investing in local communities throughout the state of Maryland by providing a fundraising opportunity for school athletic programs and their booster clubs with the "Cash for Quotes" program. With this incentive, Allstate agents have the ability to foster working relationships with their neighboring high schools. Please select the link included in this story for additional information and details on implementing the program.
"In providing this incentive, Allstate has once again demonstrated its commitment to school-based athletics in Maryland," said MPSSAA Executive Director Ned Sparks. Allstate has agreed to donate $5 per auto quote back to the local high schools throughout Maryland up to a maximum of $5,000 total. Don't delay and get on this today as this Allstate incentive program ends December 1, 2009.
"Allstate has always felt the need to invest in the future of our teens," said Lisa Telfer-White, Regional Marketing Manager for Allstate's Capital Region. "The Cash for Quotes Program gives our agents the opportunity to be even more engaged with their local high schools and to build those long lasting relationships that play a role in enhancing our local communities".
The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) is the nation's largest publicly held personal lines insurer. Widely known through the "You're In Good Hands With Allstate®" slogan, the company serves the community by contributing to local economies and supporting nonprofit organizations. In Maryland, Allstate is responsible for 538 employees and 309 agents. The company has invested over $140 million into municipal bond holdings and $16.3 million for Maryland state taxes. Allstate has awarded 46 Agency Hands in the Community Grants in Maryland with a value of $23,500. On a local level, the company has contributed $174 million in business-to-business spending for more than 6,500 businesses in the state. Also, Allstate employees, agents and financial professionals countrywide give generously to charitable causes with Allstate offering a 15 percent matching contribution. Most recently, the total amount raised was $6 million.