We’re celebrating the new year with a merger!
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IN LIGHT OF 80-YEAR ANNIVERSARY, BHS INSURANCE CELEBRATES THE NEW YEAR WITH PREFERRED BENEFITS MERGER
“We’re extremely excited to be announcing the merger between our two companies—particularly during this time of celebration with our 80-year anniversary,” expressed Pat Dalton, Chartered Benefits Consultant and Shareholder at BHS Insurance. “Preferred Benefits has been a friendly business competitor of ours; we’ve always respected their leadership and industry expertise.”
Preferred Benefits specializes in providing real business solutions to their clients. They have been located in Grand Rapids for over 30 years and pride themselves in helping their clients achieve desired results with the right processes and procedures in place.
“I could not be more excited to join the team at BHS,” says Jeff Noom, Preferred Benefits CEO, regarding the merger. “Bar none, BHS is the area leader providing the best in business insurance and employee benefit solutions. This will strengthen our position in the marketplace and allow us to provide our clients with more solutions to many of their needs.”
President of Preferred Benefits, Sue Mason, added, “I couldn’t be happier with the merger. We did not make this decision lightly. We wanted to partner with someone who provides quality services and—just as importantly—treats their employees with dignity and respect. These are key qualities in running a successful business.”
The merger will be the second for BHS Insurance within the past two years—the first being Strategic Employee Benefit Services (SEBS) of Michigan in 2017.
ABOUT BHS INSURANCE
BHS Insurance is one of the largest full-service, independently owned insurance agencies in the Midwest. BHS was founded in 1939 and has a history of providing superior service. With four locations in West Michigan, BHS Insurance is proud to have a local presence with a national reach.