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Farmers Insurance district manager Naji Garabet receives company’s highest honor

LOS ANGELES -(October 1, 2010) – Naji Garabet of Glendora, Calif, a district manager for Farmers Insurance Group of Companies®, has achieved Farmers’ highest award to district managers in 2010 for “outstanding overall performance.”  Garabet joins a select group of fellow achievers as a member of Farmers’ prestigious Presidents Council.

Farmers Senior Vice President of Strategic Distribution announced the selection of Grabet at Farmers’ Presidents Council conference held in Vancouver, British Columbia.  “Naji Garabet continues to achieve amazing results in his district in California and we are proud to name him the 2010 District Manager of the Year,” Stice said.

“Council selections are based on outstanding customer service, sales numbers in all insurance lines, overall professional competence and maintenance of the highest quality standards,” said Stice.  “This marks his ninth Presidents Council and 19th year with Farmers (11 as a District Manager).  Naji has also qualified for numerous other Farmers’ recognition events.”

The prestigious Presidents Council membership is attained by fewer than one half of one percent of district managers and agents serving Farmers’ customers throughout 29 states.

Farmers’ senior management meets annually at the Presidents Council with their top agency force members to review and discuss key issues affecting customers and the insurance industry.

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