JASPER, IND. - Indiana Furniture, a leader in the contract office furniture market, has been chosen to be in a national ad campaign by Aflac, the number one provider of supplemental insurance in the United States. The print and online ads spotlight businesses around the country that have chosen to add Aflac insurance coverage to their employee benefits package.

Aflac conducted a rigorous screening process to select businesses which they felt demonstrated the highest corporate integrity, and who treated their employees with dignity, respect and compassion.

“We were nominated for the campaign by our local Aflac agent, and went through several interviews during the selection process,” said Bret Ackerman, Indiana Furniture President & CEO. “We’re happy to speak for the insurance value that Aflac provides. Our Aflac agent partners with us to help provide the best health care possible to our employees.”

Indiana Furniture in Aflac AdsNancy Wilson, Indiana Furniture Vice President – Human Resources, is the company’s spokesperson featured in the ads.

“We saw Aflac as an additional way to help take care of our 300 full-time employees, especially in these difficult economic times. With just a simple pre-tax paycheck deduction, they get the peace of mind that comes from knowing any unexpected medical expenses will be covered,” said Wilson. Ackerman and Wilson both agreed that Aflac’s dedication to employee wellness aligns with Indiana Furniture’s commitment to the health and well-being of their employees.

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“Aflac representatives go above and beyond in providing one-on-one customer care, helping with health screenings and explaining benefits.” said Ackerman. “They make it very easy for us to offer this additional benefit, so that we can keep our employees healthy and happy.”

To see Indiana Furniture’s Nancy Wilson in Aflac’s online ad, visit www.aflac.com/nancy. The ads have or will appear in national publications such as The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Fortune, Forbes and Harvard Business Review as well as HR Magazine. They also show up on various web sites such as Google Search, Dictionary.com and many others.

Source: Indiana Furniture

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