The Legacy Lives On

Category: "Inspire" Stories

Date: December 3, 2021

On the “Inspire” Podcast, we talk a lot about legacies. But it’s not every day we get to help preserve one that’s more than a century old. Recently, we got to speak with the Northwest Farmer-Stockman team and learn about their storied history.

Northwest Farmer-Stockman was born when its parent company, a successful newspaper and magazine business in operation since the 1890s, partnered with Mutual of Omaha to bring insurance coverage to its rural readers in the northwestern U.S. Some of their accounts date back to the Great Depression. That commitment to service has made them a fixture in the region and has clients returning generation after generation.

With Integrity, they’re entering a new era as a company. This partnership will give them increased tech support and the resources needed to help agents and customers navigate the complex world of insurance. This partnership will help preserve Northwest Farmer-Stockman for another hundred years.

We are so lucky to have this opportunity to learn the power of legacy. Go check out the “Inspire” Podcast to learn more about this amazing company and what they plan to accomplish with Integrity.

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