A Commitment to Doing What’s Right

Adrian & Iveth Solis
Dallas, TX
Former Occupation: Sales

Adrian & Iveth Solis, of Dallas, TX, undoubtedly agree they couldn’t imagine life without Primerica, or one without each other.1 “Iveth was actually the one who introduced me to the business as a part-time rep in 2010,” says Adrian.2 “I was still in college with a part-time sales job, but I promised her I’d try it out if my career plans didn’t work out for whatever reason.”

After graduating from the University of Texas- Arlington, Adrian worked in sales for about eight months before making the transition to building a business with Primerica. “I went full-time within a day in 2012 and never looked back,” he recalls. The duo also got married that year and together they worked side-by-side to build their business. There were challenging times, they say, but they knew the system would work if they did their part. “Having the right mindset is so important in this business. Control what you can control – which is your attitude and your activity. That’s how we learned to lead by example regardless of the circumstances, and it eventually paid off.”

The Solis’ success trajectory is deeply rooted in their roots as immigrants. Born in Cuauhtémoc, Mexico, Adrian believed he was meant to do something great from a young age. He believes his humble upbringing laid the foundation for his future skill set. “I’m the oldest of three siblings, and we’re first-generation Mexican-Americans,” he explains. “We had wonderful parents growing up, but we didn’t get to see them often because they were always working to provide for us. Seeing how hard they worked showed me what kind of lifestyle I wanted to provide for my own family one day.”

Adrian spent his summers accompanying his dad to construction jobs. These early formative experiences taught him about self-discipline, a strong work ethic and how to live below your means. The beneficial life lessons eventually helped Adrian earn a full academic scholarship to college, and transition successfully into Primerica.

“I had a lot of experience working in sales during college, but it wasn’t until Primerica that I finally had a chance to have my own business.3 What’s amazing about this Company is how it’s always looking for ways to improve the products, services and resources. The focus isn’t solely on growth, but on keeping the commitment to do what’s right for clients. It’s the greatest feeling ever! To be surrounded by so many inspiring leaders and help people reach their own goals is indescribable.”

It’s no surprise this dynamic duo takes immense pride in what they do. The Hispanic community is their niche market and long-term priority.

“Our main goal is to help our community as much as possible. It’s not part of the culture to have life insurance, investments, and savings so we’re trying to change that narrative. Half of our clients are Hispanic, and our office is mostly bilingual. It’s ultimately about helping families.”

The success they’ve found in Primerica has allowed them to enjoy the life they always wanted for their family. “It’s such a blessing to be the dad I want to be for our son and daughter,” Adrian says. “I’m able to take them to jiu-jitsu and ballet practices, or any school events. Iveth has been able to stay home with the kids for almost nine years. She’s also fully licensed and handles all of the office responsibilities, which makes her the backbone of our family and our business. It’s a true Partnership for us.”4

More than a decade after joining the Company, everything Adrian and Iveth have learned along the way has solidified their faith in Primerica. “We live in the land of opportunity and what we often tell people is that Primerica is the perfect vehicle, but you have to ask yourself if you’re the right driver. This business offers everything, but you have to work hard for it. It’s about so much more than financial success.5, 6 You get to impact generations of people. There’s nothing like it. That’s why we love Primerica.”

1. Primerica offers a business opportunity that involves the sale of term life insurance and various other financial service products. Primerica representatives are independent contractors, not employees. Their earnings are based on the sale of products offered by Primerica and also qualifying product referrals. Importantly, Primerica representatives must be appropriately licensed for each product line before they are qualified to make a sale.

2. In Canada, the part-time opportunity may be subject to certain restrictions, depending on your occupation.

3. Ownership refers to the conditional right of an eligible Regional Vice President RVP to transfer his or her business to another eligible RVP, subject to the consent of Primerica and subject to terms, conditions and regulatory requirements. The Ownership Program Document and policies located on Primerica Online (POL) control in all respects.

4. The Partnership Empowerment Program (PEP) is a recognition program for supportive partnering among Primerica representatives. It does not signify a business or legal partnership. PEP cannot affect, combine or alter contractual compensation, hierarchical agreements or Ownership issues.

5. Term insurance is underwritten in New York by National Benefit Life Insurance Co. in Long Island City, NY and in the rest of the U.S. by Primerica Life Insurance Co. in Duluth, GA. In Canada, term insurance and Common Sense Segregated Fund products are underwritten by Primerica Life Insurance Company of Canada (Head Office: Suite 400, 6985 Financial Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5N 0G3, Phone: 1-800-387-7876). In the U.S., securities and advisory services are offered by PFS Investments Inc., 1 Primerica Parkway, Duluth, GA 30099-0001, member FINRA [www.finra.org]. PFS Investments Inc. conducts its advisory business under the name Primerica Advisors. Primerica and PFS Investments are affiliated companies. In Canada, mutual funds are offered by PFSL Investments Canada Ltd., mutual fund dealer. Head Office: Mississauga, ON.

6. The Primerica representatives featured within have achieved an extraordinary level of success that is not typical. Most representatives will not achieve such cash flow levels or earnings milestones.


From January 1 through December 31, 2021, Primerica paid cash flow to its North American sales force at an average of $8,410, which includes commissions paid on all lines of business to life licensed representatives. Figures include U.S. and Canadian dollars remaining in the local currency earned by the representative, not adjusted for exchange rates.


The opinions expressed herein are not necessarily the opinions of Primerica.