Farmers Insurance and G.I. Jobs are giving veterans and current military members one more reason to celebrate this Fourth of July weekend!
G.I. Jobs has teamed up with Farmers Insurance to provide even more resources, assistance, and opportunities to military members transitioning into civilian careers. As part of the partnership, Kasey Kahne’s No. 5 Farmers Insurance Chevrolet SS will sport a patriotic look featuring G.I. Jobs at the July 5th race in Daytona, Florida.
Farmers Insurance has been a long-time supporter of hiring military veterans and assisting them in their transition to civilian life, making the partnership with G.I. Jobs a natural fit. “The military background gives veterans the experience needed to succeed in our fast-paced environment,” said Luisa Acosta-Franco, Head of Multicultural Recruiting and Field Support at Farmers. “Military veterans are natural leaders, which is essential to the success of agency owners and all of our employees here at Farmers.”
Military support is nothing new to the insurance company; in fact, it is part of the company’s DNA and goes back to before the company was even established. Prior to starting Farmers Insurance in 1928, one of the company’s co-founders, John C. “Jack” Tyler, served in World War I. Just as Farmers was founded on a strong culture of supporting our troops, it continues to be proud supporters of our men and women in uniform today.
Farmers doesn’t only support customers and members of the communities it serves in the U.S. Armed Forces, but it also serves alongside them with many Farmers agents, employees, and district managers being current or former military members. Farmers offers support to its servicemembers in many ways, whether it be managing agencies on behalf of our deployed agency owners, providing flexible schedules to accommodate military training, or simply sending care packages to our employees and agents deployed abroad.
One of Farmers’ current areas of focus is providing opportunities to those servicemembers making the transition from military to civilian careers, recognizing they have gained valuable skills while serving. For more information about opportunities to begin a career as an agency owner, visit the Be A Farmers Agent website.
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