Black Positive People : Black Power: Black insurer offers plan to Black churches

Knowledge Seed

Well-Known Member
Feb 22, 2008
Atlanta, GA
Both pillars in the African-American community, the Concerned Black Clergy of Metropolitan Atlanta (CBC) and Atlanta Life Insurance Company (ALIC) join together to enhance CBC benefits and grow membership. Through this new partnership, the CBC will now offer life insurance as a tangible benefit to its members.

When strategizing to enhance CBC membership, decision makers decided to add something that was appealing and of great value. Life insurance certainly fits that mold. According to the CBC President, Rev. Dr. Richard Cobble, “In these economic times, bereaved family members having to cope with a personal loss and a financial crisis, simultaneously, is a hard pill to swallow. Life insurance helps guarantee that in their absence, loved ones are taken care of, and are financially secure.”

After deciding upon the tangible benefit, it wasn’t a question as to which insurance company to approach. Rev. Michael Wright, CBC Executive Director, stated, “Atlanta Life Insurance Company has been offering insurance services to the Atlanta community for over 100 years and is sensitive to our needs. They know insurance, so it was a good fit.”

Now that the new membership changes are in place, the CBC is actively seeking those who are ready to pull up their sleeves and work. They are about making a difference aiding those who are helpless, homeless and hopeless.

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