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Brightway Insurance Earns a Spot on the INC 5000
Date:9/23/2008

The latest edition of the INC 5000 released by the New York-based business magazine Inc. has made it official -Brightway Insurance is one of the fastest growing privately held property and casualty insurance agency in the country.

Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) September 23, 2008 -- The latest edition of the INC 5000 released by the New York-based business magazine Inc. has made it official -Brightway Insurance is one of the fastest growing privately held property and casualty insurance agency in the country. This http://www.brightwayinsurance.com [Jacksonville based Insurance] agency was placed in the 587th spot overall, making it one of the fastest growing privately held companies of any presently operating in the U.S. Earning a spot on this prestigious list is something most business owners can only dream of, and placing first among all private P&C insurance agencies is certainly an indication that this home insurance Jacksonville provider is doing everything right.

Inc., a magazine designed specifically for entrepreneurs and small business owners, has been in circulation since 1979. It is a trusted and very popular publication, with monthly newsstand sales topping 20,000. In 1982, they began ranking the top 500 fastest-growing private companies in the land, eventually expanding the number to 5000. To land a spot on the list, companies must be privately-held, be in business for at least four years, and have earned at least two million dollars during their most recent year of operations.

Brightway Insurance's designation as a top American company can partly be attributed to the extensive range of products and services it offers its clients. This http://www.brightwayinsurance.com/insurance-auto.html [auto and car insurance Jacksonville] provider offers insurance for traditional automobiles, but they can also provide protection for those who own and operate motorcycles, AT
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