SEATTLE, WA – National Purchasing Partners (NPP) is happy to announce a direct partnership with the Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (FAPIA) to bring open and competitive cooperative purchasing options to their members.
FAPIA boasts a professional membership of more than 700 members and associates who protect the interests of everyone who has suffered an insurance loss, from single family homeowners to Fortune 500 companies. They are the largest trade association for public adjusters in the nation.
NPP is a trusted savings provider for businesses and employees nationwide. By leveraging the purchasing power of more than 300,000 members, NPP provides top discounts and special B2B pricing to businesses of all sizes.
“We are excited to partner with FAPIA and provide their members with valuable savings on brands they use and trust,” said Andrew Forrester, President of NPP. “As insurance professionals and members, they will get access to top tier pricing and our program is free and convenient to use.”
About National Purchasing Partners (NPP)
National Purchasing Partners (NPP) offers discounts from major brands to more than 300,000 members nationwide. A substantial portion of NPP proceeds helps support medical research at Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason (BRI) in Seattle, WA. BRI works to predict, prevent, reverse and cure immune system diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, MS, type 1 diabetes, asthma and Crohn’s disease. NPP has contributed more than $130 million to BRI and organizations dedicated to medical research and care.
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On August 24, 1992, Hurricane Andrew hit South Florida with a vengeance. Florida public adjusters began the arduous task of helping people whose lives and businesses had been destroyed by the devastation to recover from the costliest storm in US History. As the demand for professional claims handling services increased with over 164,000 homes and businesses affected, public insurance adjusters from all over the country poured into South Florida.