AMA Partners with Nationwide Mutual Insurance
April 7, 2006
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The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) and Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company have announced a new partnership that makes Nationwide the AMA's "Motorcycle Insurer of Choice" and brings new benefits to the AMA's 270,000-plus members.
Under the terms of the three-year agreement, Nationwide will offer AMA members its Rev & Ride motorcycle coverage at discounted rates. In addition, new Nationwide motorcycle policyholders who aren't members of the AMA will receive a one-year AMA membership. The partnership also offers Nationwide opportunities to sponsor major AMA events.
"We've been looking for a partnership like this for a long time, and we're thrilled to be working with Nationwide," said AMA Chief Executive Officer Patricia DiPietro. "The insurance discounts will be a great benefit for AMA members, and Nationwide's commitment to helping the AMA grow is a testament to the power of this program."
"We've teamed up with the AMA because it's the country's largest association of true motorcycle enthusiasts, and that gives Nationwide a clear advantage in a very competitive marketplace," said Steve Rasmussen, President and Chief Operating Officer of Nationwide Property & Casualty Operations.
Already available in Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, Nationwide's Rev & Ride coverage will be available in most states by the end of the year. The coverage is being sold through Nationwide Insurance, Allied Insurance, Titan Auto Insurance and Victoria Insurance.