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American Strategic Insurance

Outstanding Attitude, Speed and Innovation

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St. Petersburg

#16 Large Company

For the sixth straight year, American Strategic Insurance Corp. (ASI) is elated over being one of the Best Companies To Work For In Florida.

ASI employees perform with outstanding Attitude, Speed and Innovation in every aspect of their work. The company's new 13-acre headquarters includes an on site gym and day care facility. And by 2017, ASI will offer coverage in all 50 states, which means an ever-increasing number of job opportunities, both locally and countrywide.

ASI, rated A (Excellent) by A.M. Best Co., is the 18th largest homeowners carrier in America. The company currently offers coverage, ranging from homeowners, commercial, umbrella and flood insurance, in 26 markets.

"There is absolutely no question that our people make ASI so unique. Our employees have phenomenal attitudes that create incredible energy throughout our organization. We believe it to be the single most important factor in our success and are thankful that our people have created such a positive culture at ASI. It's fun being part of a winning team."

— John Auer, ASI's president and CEO

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