CHICAGO, IL – AUGUST 30, 2013 – For the 5th consecutive year, The Horton Group has been ranked in the top 50 of the Top 100 privately-held agencies by Insurance Journal.
“The Horton Group is honored to once again be named one of the nation’s most successful privately-held insurance agencies and brokerages,” said Glenn Horton, CEO of the Horton Group.
The Horton Group earned this distinction based on a total property and casualty revenue of $30,103,935, with $252,698,607 in premium written during 2012. Insurance Journal’s Top 100 list is comprised exclusively of privately-owned insurance agencies and brokerages whose business is primarily retail, not wholesale.
The fact that we have once again received this prestigious ranking demonstrates how the exceptional service and expertise we provide not only keeps loyal customers but attracts new ones,” said Horton.
Insurance Journal is one of the most well-respected insurance trade publications in the nation. With a bi-weekly circulation of more than 40,000 and readers in every state, Insurance Journal is considered the most read national property and casualty publication for independent insurance agents and brokers.
About The Horton Group
Founded in 1971, The Horton Group is one of the largest privately held insurance brokers in the country, ranking fifth in the metro Chicago market. Horton employs a model that focuses on driving down cost and workload for its clients. Horton’s unique combination of service capabilities and business excellence gives their clients real solutions to complex issues. Horton’s tools, techniques and talent come together to form their aggressive, growth-oriented culture of quality.
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