Venture Insurance Programs, a national insurance program administrator, announced today that its flagship offering, PREFERRED CLUB Insurance Program, has been named a 2022 Excellence in Achievement award winner by BoardRoom magazine in the Insurance category.
PREFERRED CLUB Insurance Program is a specialty insurance provider tailored to private and semi-private golf and country clubs, city & social clubs, private tennis/racquet clubs and athletic clubs. PREFERRED CLUB has insured the club industry since 1993, and utilizes its 30 years of experience to protect clubs and their liabilities.
“Our dedicated team, carrier partners and brokers are the real champions behind this recognition, and we couldn’t be more grateful for the outstanding people we work with that make recognition like this possible,” said Robert Mulhern, EVP of PREFERRED CLUB. “We are honored to be recognized by BoardRoom magazine, and I look forward to seeing what 2023 holds for our incredible team.”
This year’s award recognized PREFERRED CLUB for overall excellence, achievements, innovation, vision for future growth and continued impact on private club operations.
According to BoardRoom magazine, the “Excellence in Achievement” awards are the private club industry’s only awards recognizing the clubs’ business partners. BoardRoom magazine’s industry experts review and select outstanding suppliers and consultants representing various aspects of golf course and club operations.
About Venture Programs
Venture Programs is a leading program manager that designs, underwrites and distributes industry-specific insurance packages. Based in West Chester, Pa., Venture has underwriting alliances with the world’s leading carrier groups, including Allianz, Chubb, RSUI, RLI, USLI, Zurich North America and Lloyd’s of London. Founded in 1993, Venture provides specialty insurance packages for select vertical industries—including golf and country clubs, city & social clubs, fitness facilities, health clubs, spas, human services organizations, hunting and fishing lodges, as well as commercial marine risks. Visit http://www.ventureprograms.