First Choice Insurance has served the Poplar Bluff, Dexter, Cape Girardeau, Wappapello, Doniphan, Neelyville, Perryville, and Caruthersville area for over 20 years. Led by Steve Phillips and his team, First Choice’s commitment to excellence and dedication to customer care have made it one of Missouri’s fastest-growing agencies.
“First Choice is a great example of a high-quality agency with excellent clients,” Brett Williams, Vice President, said.
First Choice agents have specific training in life insurance and financial services and are Affordable Care Act trained and certified.
“We are excited to have Steve Phillips and his team join our family of companies. We have been working closely on a deal for some time. Steve provides us a platform to help us continue to build throughout the Midwest,” says Marshal Seeman, President of the Boca insurance agency.
Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty has kicked its growth into high gear through acquisitions around the country, as the Boca insurance agency targets high-quality independent agencies for geographic expansion and continued growth throughout the United States. First Choice is the second acquisition in Missouri for Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty so far this year.
The company announced the acquisitions of 24 companies in 2017. This year, the company has continued that growth. The Boca insurance agency has announced the acquisitions of Xponent Employer Solutions of Scottsdale, Arizona; Fifth Avenue Healthcare Services of Tulsa; Missouri-based Tri-Star of Sikeston, Inc. DBA Self Insurance; the Federal Employee Insurance business of Federal Employee Services, LLC, of Edmond, Oklahoma; and Elton Porter Insurance Agency of Houston. Earlier this Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty announced it had acquired the book of business from Affiliated Insurance Managers, Inc., headquartered in Morgan City, Louisiana.
Eric Holtz, Executive Vice President, and Chief Marketing Officer commented, “We are thrilled to have Steve on our team. Marshal and I were roommates at Washington University in St. Louis. It’s great to continue building in Missouri with quality people.”