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Plymouth Rock Assurance and the UB Alumni Association Introduce New Affinity Discount Program

WOODBRIDGE, N.J. , May 05 /Businesswire/ - Plymouth Rock Assurance, a leading auto and home insurance provider in the Northeast, is pleased to announce its newest and largest program affiliation with the UB Alumni Association (UBAA), to offer alumni discounted auto insurance.

“We are thrilled to partner with the UB Alumni Association,” said Jeff Briglia, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Plymouth Rock Management Company of New Jersey. “As a University at Buffalo alumnus myself, I know how popular and valued programs like this have become with fellow alumni. I’m excited by the opportunity to not only offer great service and discounts to other alumni, but also the prospect to expand Plymouth Rock’s footprint in the Northeast region.”

The newest alumni discount program also includes car insurance benefits like the complimentary Get Home Safe® taxi reimbursement, Door to Door Valet Claim Service®, and discounts on motorcycle policies, in addition to the quality coverage and friendly service Plymouth Rock provides.

“By aligning with Plymouth Rock, we’re able to offer our alumni access to insurance discounts they otherwise would not have access to,” said Gary Jastrzab, UBAA President. “This collaboration helps power UBAA’s mission to provide graduates with support, services and exclusive discounts after graduation.”

For more about Plymouth Rock’s UBAA affinity program contact your agent or visit: www.plymouthrock.com/UBAA

About Plymouth Rock

Plymouth Rock was established to offer its customers a higher level of service and a more innovative set of products and features than they would expect from an insurance company. Plymouth Rock's innovative approach puts customers' convenience and satisfaction first, giving them the choice to do business the way they want – online, using a mobile device, by phone or with one of Plymouth Rock's agents. Plymouth Rock Assurance® and Plymouth Rock® are brand names and service marks used by separate underwriting, managed insurance, and management companies that offer property and casualty insurance in multiple states. Taken together, the companies write and manage more than $1.6 billion in auto and home insurance premiums across Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

Each underwriting and managed insurance company is a separate legal entity that is financially responsible only for its own insurance products. Actual coverage is subject to the language of the policies as issued by each separate company. Some discounts, coverages, payment plans, features and benefits are not available in all states and companies. You can learn more about us by visiting plymouthrock.com.


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