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ASI: Our People Love the Culture and Benefits

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These are some of the smiling faces that make ASI a great place to work.

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ASI: Our People Love the Culture and Benefits

| 7/21/2016

ASI
americanstrategic.com
Tampa

# 18 Large Company
8-Time Winner: 2016 • 2015 • 2014 • 2013 • 2012 • 2011 • 2010 • 2009

The ASI team works hard and enjoys the opportunity to balance work with play. Fortunately, ASI’s St. Petersburg campus offers tons of opportunity for employees to exercise and team build with co-workers.

They can enjoy a game of sand volleyball, basketball or table tennis. For individuals interested in the "Insurance Professional to Body Builder" career path, the headquarters also offers a fully outfitted gym. Parents have it made, too, with an onsite day care facility.

“It’s our people that make ASI a great place to work!”
John Auer, President & CEO

ASI is growing fast, which means plenty of career opportunities. Founded in 1997 as a Florida homeowners insurance company, we are now in 35 markets, with plans to be in all 50 states by the end of 2017. ASI is an A.M. Best A (Excellent)-rated company and majority owned by Progressive Insurance.

Come join a company that knows it’s all about the people. Check us out at www.AmericanStrategic.com because we have new positions opening constantly.

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