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Job Shop: AAA Michigan opens the door to new agencies

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AAA now cuts each new agency a book of business that can generate about $50,000 per year of renewal commissions.

We are very excited about this change; it greatly enhances the opportunity allowing the new agency owner to make considerably more money right out of the gate," says Connie T. Jackson, recruiter for the auto club group.

The referral Bonus is now $5000 for every new EA who is appointed and opens a AAA Office. Jackson says AAA is appointing 35 New Agencies in 2014 in the flowing markets: Grand Rapids- Byron Center, Caledonia, Forest Hills, Grandville, Hudsonville, Rockford and Wyoming.  Appointments are also being offered in Birch Run, Cadillac, Davison, Greenville, Midland, North Muskegon, Okemos/Williamston, and Traverse City.

For more information, contact Jackson using the information below:

Connie T Jackson
EA Recruiter
Auto Club Group
1 Auto Club Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126-2694
Bus 313-336-3067
Fax 313-336-8255
ctjackson@aaamichigan.com

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