Pulse Fall Edition

  • July 17, 2019
  • (EDT)
  • September 06, 2019
  • (EDT)

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Get Involved in the PAMIC Pulse

Have you seen the quarterly PAMIC Pulse magazine? The Pulse is a mutual insurance industry publication that aims to help companies understand emerging issues. Articles in the Pulse offer advice on how to grow and protect business. The impact of the Pulse reaches throughout the Mid-Atlantic states through readers from our many member companies.

The Fall Pulse edition focuses on finance and technology. Articles should be between 500-1000 words and submissions must be approved by PAMIC.

Please contact Brittany Mlynek at bmlynek@pamic.org for submission requests. 

Articles for the Fall edition should be submitted by September 6, 2019. 

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About the PAMIC Pulse

PAMIC Members

PAMIC has 57 member groups that represent over 109 property and casualty insurers licensed to do business in Pennsylvania. While we are based in Pennsylvania, PAMIC membership represents the majority of the Mid-Atlantic region covering: Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, West Virginia and Virginia.

Beyond mutual companies, PAMIC represents over 130 market members who are crucial in upholding the value and operations of our member groups. Some examples of our associates are: law firms, accounting firms, reinsurance companies, restoration companies and technology firms.

Submit an Article

PAMIC accepts articles from various companies. If you are interested in sharing your content in the next PAMIC Pulse, please register to reserve your spot. 

Any questions related to the PAMIC Pulse articles and submissions should go to Brittany Mlynek at bmlynek@pamic.org

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Kristen Bergmaier
kristen@thinkgraphtech.com
717-238-5751 ext. 124

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