Welcome to NAPAA
Welcome. The National Association of Professional Allstate Agents, Inc. is a non profit organization whose membership consists of agents under contract with Allstate Insurance Company, former Allstate agents, and other interested parties. NAPAA provides its membership with reliable communications on issues that affect Allstate agency owners and their customers. NAPAA further serves its membership by acting on their behalf and speaking with a distinct and unfettered voice on a wide range of issues.
We are dedicated to advancing the interest of Allstate agency owners, and their customers by promoting professionalism and ethical practices. The views we express here on this site or in any of our other official communications are solely those of NAPAA, and do not reflect the views or the opinions of Allstate Insurance Company, or any of its affiliates. NAPAA is dedicated to the success of Allstate Exclusive Agency Owners and to advance the independence and entrepreneurial spirit of our members.
A Message from our PresidentWhen I write my president’s letter, I always try to pen an uplifting message so readers will walk away with a good feeling. I will begin this message in much the same way, but later, I’ll talk about an issue troubling an increasing number of agency owners, insurance departments and consumer advocates.
Let me start, however, on a positive note by talking about NAPAA’s regional forums. Our most recent event was held in Atlanta on March 5. Prior to that, a forum was held in Dallas. We expect to host at least two more this year. We are ...
Summer Regional Event
Agency Growth Symposium
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Attend our summer regional event in Ann Arbor, Michigan!
NAPAA is hosting a live, regional agent event on Thursday, June 25, 2015 at The Dahlmann Campus Inn, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Join us for lunch, and an afternoon line-up of knowledgeable agency owners who will teach you their secrets to growing your agency! We will wrap up the day with cocktails and appetizers. Learn more below and ...