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The difference between a vendor and a partner…

A Commitment to Partnership

There is a difference between a PARTNER and a VENDOR.

At PSA, our number one priority has always been our clients. We strive to foster a relationship where you view us as a partner, rather than just a vendor or broker. Accordingly, you can count on us to not only provide advice and advocacy in the realms of insurance and financial services, but to become an ally that is there to support you as you grow and manage your business.

With this mission in mind, we have built the PSA Partnership Program to have a direct, positive impact on your business — adding immediate value and helping your business succeed.

About the PSA Partnership Program 

PSA is uniquely built to efficiently deliver a broad range of financial services to our clients, including Employee Benefits, Retirement Plan Services and Property & Casualty Insurance. We can serve you in any one area, but we serve you best and most efficiently when we have a business relationship serving you in multiple areas. In recognition of these efficiencies and the depth of our partnership, we are offering a suite of exclusive benefits designed to have a direct, positive impact on your business.

We encourage you to take advantage of the special suite of FREE benefits we’ve assembled:

  • Seminar series, featuring the area’s most prominent business consultants.  See the Upcoming Event box on the right for details about our next seminar.
  • Free use of our 200 person conference facility for a business function. Please contact your Account Executive if you are interested.

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