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Ads & Sponsorships

EMC Insurance Companies uses print ads and radio to advertise our strengths to agents and to the general public. We also participate in school programs and sports marketing in select areas. For questions, contact marketing@emcins.com.

Print Ads

EMC’s print ads help our agents attract and retain clients and cross-sell our products. The ads feature real EMC employees and their areas of expertise, including claims, underwriting, loss control, marketing and technology. The print ads are featured in more than 30 national and state publications.

We're Right in Your Own Backyard Print Ad Reducing Losses Adds Value for Clients Print Ad Scoring Claims for Better Service Print Ad

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EMC runs radio ads in the Des Moines market and other selected markets in the country. The “voice of EMC,” who is an EMC employee, explains hazards at home and work—and she makes suggestions on how to make your life safer.

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School Support

School programs directly support EMC’s policyholders and the school systems in Iowa and Kansas. Read with Me! in Des Moines and Reading Caravan in Wichita are designed to promote the importance of reading to elementary school students.

Each month, EMC gives $1000 to a school in each of these viewing areas for use in its library. Parents and teachers send entries explaining the reason why their child’s school or class should be awarded the $1000 prize from EMC. Winning participants are featured on the news—KCCI News Channel 8 in Des Moines or KAKE-TV in Wichita.

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Sports Promotions

EMC uses sports marketing to increase brand awareness in select communities in which we do business. EMC’s Chicago, Des Moines, Denver and Milwaukee branches currently participate in sports marketing programs.

The branches vary in their level of involvement (signage, radio ads during the game, pre or postgame commercials, etc.).

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