The Georgia 1752 Club is dedicated to education and service. Not only for our members, but also for the Independent agents we serve. The Club derives its name from the year Benjamin Franklin established the first Mutual Insurance company in Philadelphia. Originally formed as part of the Florida-Georgia 1752 Club in the late 1940's, it was mutually agreed that each state had an adequate number of members to form its own 1752 Club under its own state name in 1954.
Membership in the Georgia 1752 Club is comprised of marketing representatives and marketing managers of Mutual and Stock Insurance Companies as well as General Agencies who calls on independent agents in the state of Georgia. Membership also includes those working in an insurance or insurance related field, such as Claims Representatives and Premium Finance Representatives, whose work is primarily in the state of Georgia.
The Georgia 1752 Club works in conjunction with the PIA of Georgia, the Independent Insurance Agents of Georgia and the International Association of Insurance Professionals to promote education and support our local communities through service. Our fundraising efforts and joint hospitality contributions help us support Eagle Ranch, a home for troubled children, and education scholarships for students studying to be in the insurance field.