FAIRFAX, Va. – Brown & Brown Insurance of Kentucky has added $100,000 to its pledge for the Mike Molino RV Learning Center, bringing the total to $200,000. Brown & Brown maintains its position in the top category for donors, major gifts, with this pledge increase.
“Continuing education and training is a wise investment and that is why we are pleased to support the work of the RV Learning Center,” said Michael Neal, executive vice president of Brown & Brown Insurance of Kentucky. “When RV dealerships are successful, our company is successful.”
“The pledge made by Brown & Brown further demonstrates their outstanding commitment to the RV industry,” said RV Learning Center Chairman Jeff Pastore of Hartville RV in Hartville, Ohio. “This contribution will assist in providing affordable education and training for dealers and their employees.”
In addition to its contributions to the RV Learning Center, Brown & Brown and MBA Insurance are bronze partners for the 2017 RVDA convention. Brown & Brown Insurance of Kentucky is also the provider for the RVDA-endorsed RV Dealers Health Care Purchasing Arrangement launched in early 2017.
Brown & Brown of Kentucky provides innovative insurance solutions for business owners from using a network of leading carriers.
Donations to the RV Learning Center fund an array of programs, including webinars on current topics, training and certification for dealership staff, essential publications and learning guides. Convenient online donations as well as a printable form that accommodates customized pledges and donations have simplified giving.
The RV Learning Center is supported by dealers, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and other RV industry members committed to dealership education and the high levels of customer service provided by educated employees.
For more information go to the RV Learning Center’s website and learn more about what the RV Learning Center does for dealers and how you can help keep it going. The RV Learning Center is a tax-exempt organization as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions may be tax deductible as charitable donations.
Source: Brown & Brown Insurance press release