USBA (Uniformed Services Benefit Association) has been selected to be the sponsored insurance provider for the National Native American Veterans Association (NNAVA).
Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) July 10, 2005 -- USBA (Uniformed Services Benefit
Association), has been selected to be the sponsored insurance provider for the
National Native American Veterans Association (NNAVA).
The Oklahoma-based, national organization, works to provide all Native Americans -- regardless of tribe affiliation -- with a resource center for information on veteran rights, entitlements and benefits. Newly founded in July, 2004, the association has a membership spread over 25 states and U.S. territories, which includes people still on active duty who are stationed domestically and overseas.
"We are pleased to sponsor USBA as the provider of insurance products to our membership because we believe they share our same ideal for excellence," says NNAVA’s Assistant Executive Director, Anthony DeClue. "USBA was chosen after a careful and thorough study of this organization and its competitors and we feel they best met our overall criteria and objectives."
"We’re very excited to receive this endorsement and opportunity to serve the NNAVA membership," states USBA’s President/CEO, Rear Admiral Larry G. Vogt, U.S. Navy, (Ret.). "I am convinced our affordable and innovative life insurance and financial products will bring value to these members."
USBA is a nonprofit organization providing a variety of low-cost group life insurance plans and other financial services to the Active Duty and Retired Military market as well as Honorably Discharged Veterans, National Guard, Reserves and Federal civilian employees. With over 200,000 insured lives, USBA is one of the largest military associations offering life insurance plans.
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Source : http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/7/prweb259814.htm