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Aug

27.18

During a recent incentive trip for field leaders held in Miami, The Primerica Foundation awarded a $20,000 grant to a local nonprofit to help fund a program that assists families with troubled children get the intervention services they need.

The grant went to the Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services’ “First Stop for Families Program,” which supports approximately 400 Miami-Dade youth and their families per year.

The program is designed to help families stay together during times of crisis by providing access to professionally trained social workers and case managers to develop new solutions and approaches to overcome conflicts.

“Primerica is deeply committed to improving the communities in which we live and work,” said Glenn Williams, Primerica’s CEO. “Through targeted charitable giving, our Foundation helps strengthen and support families in their time of need. We applaud the exceptional work done by Miami Bridge and are proud to support this worthwhile organization.”

For more information about the Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services, visit http://miamibridge.org/.

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Aug

09.18

 

Thousands of Primerica leaders made history as they gathered in Toronto July 27-28 for the first-ever Primerica Canada Convention held at the Toronto Congress Centre.

The two-day event drew attendees from coast-to-coast and featured training, recognition and announcements, while recognizing Primerica Canada’s record growth as the country’s largest life insurance licensed sales force.

 

See the photos here.

 

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Aug

08.18

Five hundred Primerica leaders and their partners raced to the Hilton San Francisco Union Square for a packed weekend business event to celebrate their successes and learn from fellow leaders in California’s one and only “City by the Bay” from July 13-16.

Attendees heard from educational and inspirational speakers, and were recognized for their hard work and commitment to helping Main Street families across the United States and Canada.

 

See the photos here.

 

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Jul

16.18

Primerica Canada is moving its headquarters in Mississauga, ON, just in time for the upcoming 2018 Canadian Convention, which will be held July 27-28 in Toronto.

The Canadian Head Office will occupy more than 43,000 square feet of leased office space that has been completely designed to Primerica’s specifications.

“It is a state-of-the-art office where we can conduct business, continue to grow and add staff, and help more Canadian families become financially independent,” said CEO Glenn Williams.

The move and the convention are two significant milestones for 2018 in Primerica’s 32-year history of doing business in Canada, said Primerica Canada President Jeff Dumanski.

“The premise on Financial Drive will be a centre piece for our representatives to conduct business and meet clients, but will also offer interactive displays, recognition of our sales leaders and showcase our record breaking history in Canada,” said Dumanski.

The same week of the move, Primerica Canada will host its first ever Canada-wide Convention, where thousands of Primerica leaders will convene at the Toronto Congress Centre.

“We’re excited to bring together thousands of Canadians from across the country to a central event in Toronto,” said Williams. “This platform provides the perfect opportunity for previewing initiatives and recognizing the great successes of our Canadian sales force leadership.”

Dumanski added: “Coupling these two events will indeed bring Primerica to the forefront of the financial services industry as we imprint our brand on the next 30 years of ‘Making A Difference.’”

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Jul

10.18

On June 21, Primerica and Invesco teamed up with Make-A-Wish Georgia to host a princess-themed celebration party for a special young girl. Ellie Harper, 11, of McDonough, GA, is bravely battling a metabolic disease, which affects her physical development and growth. Her wish was to go to Disney World with her family and through shared funding by the two companies, it came true earlier this year!

“We love to impact lives everyday in the financial world but there are more important things in life than just finances,” says Primerica CEO Glenn Williams. “Being able to make a dream come true for such a brave young lady is very special for us.”

“Ellie thought that all princesses came from Disney World so we went to Disney World,” says her dad, Jason Harper. “The entire experience is an immense benefit for these children who don’t enjoy life the way a normal child is able to, it really makes them feel special and it may be the highlight of their life.”

 

 

More than 27,000 children are diagnosed with a critical illness each year. Through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, one of these children is lucky enough to have their heartfelt wish come true every 34 minutes!

“Wishes are transformational not only for the child, but for the family as well. For them, so much of their time is honestly robbed – the time they spend with siblings, the time for family vacations, etc.,” says Tim Earley, CEO of Make-A-Wish Georgia. “A wish gives them some happiness, some respite and it gives them that normalcy that the majority of us take for granted sometimes.”

Ellie’s party featured plenty of decorations in her favorite color, pink, and her favorite foods. The event was a great reminder of the importance of giving back to the community and what happens when two companies team up to do so.

“Honestly, we can’t create the kind of magic that we create without the help of our community partners like Primerica and Invesco,” adds Earley. “It really takes a community to come together to make all of these things happen from start to finish.”

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