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NRHA and Member Insurance Form Partnership

NRHA and Member Insurance Form Partnership

The North American Retail Hardware Association (NRHA) and Member Insurance Agency have created a partnership to provide new services to NRHA members.

Under the terms of the agreement, which is effective Oct. 1, Member Insurance Agency will provide insurance services and educational presentations to association members. NRHA will be endorsing the Member Insurance Agency program and ensuring that as many members as possible have access to the insurance services offered.

“I’m thrilled to be partnering with the NRHA,” Scott Reynolds, CEO of Member Insurance Agency, says. “While we both provide services to the same industries, our models are very complementary of each other. This is a very good agreement for the retail hardware industries.”

Both organizations have long histories of serving the retail hardware industries — NRHA for more than 100 years and Member Insurance Agency for over 40 years.

“NRHA is committed to helping independent home improvement retailers run better, more profitable operations,” Bill Lee, NRHA president and CEO, says. “So, any time we can offer our members access to a quality service provider such as Member Insurance Agency, we feel it is a win-win scenario.”

About Member Insurance Agency

Founded in 1972 by a hardware cooperative, Member Insurance Agency provides risk management and insurance solutions to hardware stores, building material dealers, lumber dealers and related businesses throughout the U.S. and Canada. For more information about Member Insurance Agency, visit www.memberinsurance.com.

About Kate Klein

Kate Klein
Kate is an assistant editor for Hardware Retailing magazine. She reports on news and industry events. She graduated from Cedarville University in her home state of Ohio, where she earned a bachelor's degree in English and minored in creative writing. She loves being an aunt, teaching writing to kids, running, reading long books, farm living and, as Walt Whitman says, traveling the open road, “healthy, free, the world before me.”