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Throughout the year PAMIC hosts a wide variety of valuable educational events. Each year members can join us at our Convention, Claims Summit, Annual Spring Conference and many other engaging events. Our education aims to cover all topics that might be relevant to the insurance professional whether they work for a mutual, stock or reciprocal company. 

We pride our association on being the premier provider of education in the Mid-Atlantic region. The nature of our events is constantly evolving to match the needs of our membership. Join in the discussion and network with other industry professionals as we strive to provide you with the tools to help your company succeed. 

Upcoming PAMIC Events

    • December 05, 2023
    • February 29, 2024
    • Various

    Support PAMIC Events as An
    Annual Sponsor for 2024

    (not including Convention)

    Register to Sponsor   

    Registration for Annual Sponsorship Closes
    Friday, February 23, 2024

    At any level, sponsoring PAMIC can:

    1. Support the Insurance Industry 

    2. Generate strong leads by drawing in interested clients

    3. Put your company front and center, boosting credibility and giving your business authority over competitors
    4. Promote your company in front of your target audience at a specific industry-related educational seminar (i.e. Claims, Underwriting, Financial Management)
    5. Grant your company brand awareness and media exposure via LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and more
    6. Increase your reach to new clients, customers, and businesses, some of which you may not have even been aware
    7. Reconnect with clients and engage with an audience to maintain strong business relations
    8. Deliver great ROI by keeping sponsorship costs low compared to similar industry-related organizations, but promoting to a more direct audience

    Who Will Your Sponsorship Reach?

    PAMIC is an organization comprised of mutual member groups, including property and casualty insurers licensed to sell products throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

    Beyond mutual companies, we represent over 130 market members who are crucial in upholding the value and operations of our member groups. Some examples of our associates are: law firms, accounting firms, reinsurance companies, restoration companies and technology firms.

    Platinum Sponsorship - Highest Level (Best Value)

    Why Platinum Sponsorship?

    The Platinum program is the best value for your sponsorship dollars and is an inclusive option for companies that desire to be promoted continuously year round. This annual sponsorship level includes:

    • one-time payment to sponsor PAMIC’s entire calendar of events each year at a 20% discount off base price
    • Promoted in areas where other sponsor levels are not, including the PAMIC Pulse, website, email announcements, social media spotlights, and more!
    • One complimentary registration at all PAMIC events (per sponsored company)

    Notable Annual benefits include: 

    • Discount off the single event sponsorship rates
    • Prominent event signage at all annual events, not including the annual convention. 
    • Company recognition on all event materials
    • Company recognition in the PAMIC Pulse and PAMIC 360
    • Company recognition on PAMIC website
    • 1 complimentary registration per event (Platinum)

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      Signature Sponsorship - (3+ Event Sponsorship)

      What Does Signature Sponsorship Get You?

      The Signature program was designed for companies that would like to sponsor 3 or more annual events throughout the year. This package features a similar but upgraded list of benefits from the single event sponsorship and a 10% discounted price from the single event option. The Signature program allows companies a flexible way to plan their marketing strategy by allowing them to choose which events to sponsor ahead of time.

      Notable Signature benefits include: 
      • 10% discount off the program event sponsorship rates
      • Prominent event signage at all annual events, not including the annual convention. 
      • Company recognition on all event announcement emails
      • Company recognition on PAMIC website

      Register

      Take a look at our 2023 Annual Sponsors


      Questions?

        *For more information about this event, contact our Director of Education & Events, 
        Rebecca Ferris at rferris@pamic.org or call (717) 303-0197. 

        • March 18, 2024
        • 5:00 PM
        • March 19, 2024
        • 3:30 PM
        • The Hotel Hershey | 100 Hotel Road, Hershey, PA 17033
        Register


        annual Spring Conference

        March 18 -19, 2024
        The  Hotel Hershey  |  100 Hotel Road, Hershey, PA 17033
        CE credits provided

        The Annual Spring Conference provides education on the insurance industry’s most pressing issues. This year, PAMIC’s program focuses on hot topics in the industry such as property reinsurance, parametrics, cyber risk coverage trends, and industry results. The event includes a networking reception on the evening of March 18th.

        Register  Sponsor PAC Breakfast

        Event Details

        Monday, March 18th

        5 – 6:30pm Reception

        Tuesday, March 19th

        8 – 9am: Continental Breakfast OR PAMIC PAC Breakfast

        9 – 9:15am: Welcome Remarks

        9:15 – 10:15am

        Insurance Industry Outlook in a Volatile Landscape

        Surging inflation, rapidly rising interest rates, emerging technologies and the persistent threat of natural catastrophes continue to challenge the insurance industry, including mutual insurers. Has the industry done enough to position itself for a strong 2024? And what long-term opportunities may emerge for companies to pursue?

        Tim Zawacki, S&P Global

        10:15 – 11:15am

        Divest or Diversify:   Strategic Decisions in a Volatile Environment 

        In the insurance industry, making strategic decisions in a volatile environment is crucial for long-term sustainability and profitability. One of the key dilemmas insurers often face is whether to divest or diversify their portfolios. Hear how a panel of carriers have reacted to market volatility decisions to remain competitive in this environment.

        Moderated by: Tim Foy, Beazley
        Angelo Ganguzza, Green Tree Risk
        Paul Stenbjorn, Frederick Mutual

        11:15 – 11:30am: Break

        11:30am – 12:30pm

        PA Insurance Department Update

        The PA Insurance Department delves into the current trends observed in life, accident, and health filings, pinpointing common issues encountered and sharing best practices within the industry. The session will also include an in-depth examination of the network adequacy review process specifically for Qualified Health Plans. Furthermore, attendees will gain insights into Act 146, focusing on the introduction of a new external review process applicable to adverse benefit determinations. 

        Rob Feguer, Director of the Bureau of Health Care Access, Administration, and Appeals
        Lars Thorne, Supervisor of Life, Accident, and Health Form Review

        12:30 – 1:30pm: Lunch

        1:30 – 2:30pm

        The Emergence of AI in a P/C World

        Artificial Intelligence (AI) is significantly transforming the insurance sector, with its impact expected to deepen further. This educational session will delve into the essence of AI and its swift evolution. We will explore how AI is revolutionizing the industry, from scanning applications and pre-underwriting risks by gathering risk characteristics provided by technological solutions, to the entire claims processes. Additionally, we will address the challenges posed by AI, including regulatory and fairness concerns, and discuss necessary guardrails to prevent the misuse of AI.

        2:30 – 3:30pm

        Property Profitability

        The pressure on Mutual property writers (personal, farm and commercial) to manage the profitability of their portfolios has never been more intense.  The multi-year effects of inflation, increased reinsurance costs and elevated CAT activity have carriers leveraging new and innovative ways to navigate these challenging times.  The panel of industry experts will share their experiences as to how they are bringing innovation in analytics, aerial imagery, aggregation management tools and risk inspections to manage the performance of their property portfolios.

        Kevin Finn, Mutual Capital Analytics

        Accommodations 

        The Hotel Hershey 

        Click here to book your room, or call the Hotel Hershey at 855-729-3108 and ask for the room block for PAMIC Spring Conference at The Hotel Hershey, March 18 2024. The Hershey reservations team is available seven days a week from 8 AM - 8 PM to assist you.

        Rooms are $187.59/night and the room block closes on Monday, February 26th.  


        Thank you to our 2024 Sponsors


        Program Sponsors

                


        Questions?

        Contact our Director of Events and Education, Becky Ferris at rferris@pamic.org or call 717-303-0197.

        Cancellation Policy

        A refund minus a $50 administrative fee will be given if a written cancellation notice is received on or before Friday, March 15th, 2024.

        After this date, no refunds will be issued. Contact Becky Ferris at becky@pamic.org for more information. 


        • March 18, 2024
        • 5:30 PM
        • March 19, 2024
        • 3:30 PM
        Register

        SPONSOR The Annual Spring Conference

        March 18 -19, 2024
        The Hotel Hershey  |  100 Hotel Road, Hershey, PA 17033

        Event Details

        CE credits will be provided to registrants.

        The Annual Spring Conference provides education on the insurance industry’s most pressing issues. This year, PAMIC’s program focuses on hot topics in the industry such as property reinsurance, parametrics, cyber risk issues, and industry results. The event includes a networking reception on the evening of March 18th.

        Register to Sponsor Register to Attend PAC Breakfast

        Sponsorship

        Why Sponsor this event?

        • Keep your company name in the forefront of key decision makers
        • Support the industry that you serve
        • Sponsorship dollars are targeted to the industry you serve

        What Sponsoring this Event will Get You:

        • Chairman remarks

        • Logo listed within presentation and before seminar starts

        • Logo listed on event announcement emails

        • Logo listed on event webpage

        • Sponsors will receive expected attendance in advance

        • Social Media spotlights

        Program Sponsors ($950) receive:

        • Digital sponsorship signs made with their logo
        • Logo on the luncheon tabletop signs
        • Recognition from the podium during the Committee Chairman's remarks
        • Sponsorship ribbon on their name tag

        Thank you to our 2024 Sponsors


        Questions?

        Contact our Director of Events and Education, Becky Ferris at rferris@pamic.org or call 717-303-0197.

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        • March 19, 2024
        • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
        • The Hotel Hershey | 100 Hotel Road, Hershey, PA 17033
        Register

        PAC BREAKFAST at
        ANNUAL SPRING CONFERENCE

        March 19, 2024
        The Hotel Hershey 
        8:00AM - 9:00AM

        Join us for a PAMIC PAC Breakfast in conjunction with the Annual Spring Conference at the Hotel Hershey on Tuesday, March 19th.  

        Contribution: $50 per person

        -Includes hot breakfast


        Register 

        Attend Annual Spring Conference

        Sponsor Annual Spring Conference


        PAMIC PAC Welcomes Senator Chris Gebhard to Annual Spring Conference PAC Breakfast!


        Sen. Chris Gebhard was elected to serve the residents of the 48th Senatorial District in a special election on May 18, 2021.  The district, which is composed of the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, contains all of Lebanon County andportions of Berks and Lancaster counties.

        A graduate of Vanderbilt University, Chris has spent the past 25 years working in the insurance field. He currently owns Hoaster Gebhard & Co., an insurance and risk management firm in Lebanon, PA.

        Demonstrating his commitment to the community, Gebhard is an active member of numerous community organizations including: the Lebanon Lions Club, the Lebanon Community Library, Mt. Gretna Theatre and the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce. He has previously served as a chairman and board member of the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce.

        In the 2023-24 session, he serves on the Banking and Insurance; Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure; Environmental Resources and Energy; Law and Justice; and Rules and Executive Nominations committees.

        Gebhard serves as the chairman of the Community, Economic and Recreational Development (CERD) Committee, which oversees the Department of Community and Economic Development. CERD is primarily responsible for state’s various grant and loan programs to support economic growth, attracting and retaining businesses, tourism and overseeing the Gaming Control Board. 

        Gebhard also serves as the vice chair of the Banking and Insurance Committee. The committee focuses on improving consumers’ access to high-quality, affordable insurance and financial services while supporting a fair and healthy marketplace that is transparent and cost-competitive.

        A lifelong resident of Lebanon County, he resides in North Cornwall Township with his wife Sarah and their two sons, Davis and Drew.


        If paying by personal check, make checks payable to “PAMIC PAC” or use your personal credit card to donate online. No corporate dollars are allowed by law. 

        Mail checks to:

        PAMIC PAC
        4999 Louise Drive, Suite 304
        Mechanicsburg, PA
        17055

        Even if you cannot attend, your financial support is still appreciated.

        Only personal checks or cards will be accepted. PAMIC does not take corporate money for PAC contributions.

         Register Contact PAMIC

        Questions?

        Contact our Manager of Membership and Administration, Lora Sharp
        at lsharp@pamic.org or call 717-303-0197.

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