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PGA of America designates AIG official insurance partner

The PGA of America has named American International Group (AIG)  its Official Insurance Partner, serving some of the PGA’s prominent tournaments including the Women’s PGA Championship and the Senior PGA Championship.

This agreement is an extension of the already-existing relationship between the PGA of America and AIG. Valic, an AIG company, already serves as the exclusive retirement plan provider for the PGA’s Golf Retirement Plus program.

“We are very pleased to have AIG as the Official Insurance Partner of the PGA of America and several of our major Championships,” said PGA of America chief commercial officer Jeff Price. “Valic is already an important part of the financial lives of many PGA Professionals, and we’re delighted to strengthen our partnership with AIG.”

“AIG Life & Retirement and the team at Valic are proud of our efforts to help PGA Professionals achieve financial security, and we are excited to extend this relationship,” said Kevin Hogan, chief executive, AIG Life & Retirement.

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