Meet our Team
We are the creative, nimble, committed and diligent choice for specialty promotion insurance. Why? Because we:
- Provide promotional risk coverage for contests, games and events of all kinds
- Offer deep expertise and experience with major brands, so you know you’re in
- Approach every project creatively, going beyond the generic for the right idea
that gets the greatest customer impact
- Are personally involved with every policy we write so we know every angle
of risk is covered
- Offer a level of personal service you don’t often experience.
Call us, see for yourself.
Jack is one of the most experienced and respected Promotion Insurance underwriters anywhere. As Managing Director, he guides PPI’s direction and underwriting philosophy. Jack is known for his easy-going, yet thoughtful approach, and his ability to untangle even the most difficult risks.
Jack has built strong relationships with throughout industry, including insurance markets, insurance brokers and promotion agencies. He has underwritten some of the largest national consumer promotions in the US and also has substantial experience with international risks. In all, Jack has been part of thousands of promotions over the past 25 years and PPI clients benefit from that knowledge base.
Jack earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Amherst College and a Master’s Degree in Sport Management from UMass – Amherst.
Rej has been a key figure in the contingency insurance market for more than 20 years. His longstanding relationships with the key insurance markets are critical to PPI’s ability to bring competitive options to our clients.
Vice President Marketing
Mark has worked in both marketing and underwriting of Promotion Insurance. He has helped create promotions that are both appealing to consumers and insurable and affordable for the brand running them.
John’s experience has been in creating and underwriting the weather-based promotions for retailers and brands that are so popular with consumers and so effective at driving sales. Consequently, John NEVER wishes for snow on New Year’s Day.