Continuing its expansion into Florida, Renaissance Alliance has added Miami-based firm Butler, Buckley & Deets to its growing national network of independent agencies.
A well-known agency in the Sunshine State, Butler, Buckley & Deets provides insurance products to corporate, public entity, institutional, trade, professional, association, and individual clients. Founded in 1910, the firm is the oldest agency in South Florida and offers commercial, personal, and life & health coverage.
Raymond W. Butler III, President of Butler, Buckley & Deets said, “Our decision to join Renaissance Alliance is aligned with our strategy to support and accelerate our firm’s growth. Joining the network will raise our national profile, give us access to an even larger panel of carriers, and provide us with new technology that we can leverage to better serve both longstanding and new clients.”
“Agents familiar with Butler, Buckley & Deets are aware of their reputation for excellence and the magnitude of their business in Florida,” said Oscar Miniet, Renaissance Alliance’s Regional Executive Vice President. “We’re excited to have them as a Renaissance member agency, and we look forward to taking their considerable business to even greater heights.”
The most recent members to join Renaissance’s family of independent agencies include:
- Hillcrest Insurance Agency, Mount Dora, Fla.
- Lee Reed Insurance, Zephyrhills, Fla.
- Burke, Bogart & Brownell – Boca Raton, Fla.
- Whitney Commercial Insurance Advisors LLC – Boca Raton, Fla.
- BA Fountain – Punta Gorda, Fla.
- Insurance Zip Code, Milton, Ga.
- Foley Insurance Group – West Springfield, Mass.
- Gilbert C. Oliveira Insurance Agency Inc. – Fall River, Mass.
- Natalia Vargas & Associates Insurance Agency, Stoughton, Mass.
- Johnson Stevens Curran Insurance Agency – Danbury, Ct.
About Renaissance Alliance:
Renaissance Alliance works with independent property casualty agency owners to grow premium, maximize revenue and increase agency value through increased profit sharing, guaranteed override revenue and offloading non-revenue generating activities. The net effect is higher revenue, decreased expenses, less operational risk, and accelerated agency growth.