Bridger Attending American Agents Alliance Convention

by Charles Bobo, September 19, 2017

Bridger is already making waves as it prepares to launch new products and services into its California-based agent network. Attending the American Agents Alliance Convention is one of those first steps. This special 4-day insurance convention offers independent insurance agents and brokers the opportunity to obtain carrier appointments, participate in continuing education courses, and enjoy a packed tradeshow floor.

Bridger is exhibiting at the show, giving agents throughout California an opportunity to see the company’s newest products and meet several of our leadership team members. Plans are underway to introduce a new non-standard auto insurance program before the year’s end, as well as a renters insurance program and a commercial auto program. In addition to launching its new products, Bridger is in the midst of bringing online a dynamic cloud-based policy management system that will help streamline the application, binding, and claims process for agents and policy holders.

In speaking with Martin Newby, Bridger’s COO, he stated “We have several new products and technologies that are really going to get agents excited about working with us. Additionally, we’re implementing a new claims management system designed to streamline and simplify the entire claims process.”

If you’re already a Bridger agent and are attending the American Agents Alliance Convention in Palm Desert, then please stop by the booth and learn more about how we can help you write more business. If you’re not an agent, but have some interest in reviewing Bridger’s opportunities, then we look forward to meeting you.

Chris Ruyak, Executive VP, is in charge of Bridger’s agent network, and can be reached by email at


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