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Platinum Supplemental Insurance Embraces The Petal Project
Date:5/30/2013

Dubuque, Iowa (PRWEB) May 30, 2013

Platinum Supplemental Insurance has furthered its commitment to sustainable business practices by joining The Petal Project, a green business certification program.

The Petal Project provides a framework for businesses dedicated to reducing energy, water and other natural resources which not only benefits the environment, but also improves the bottom line.

As a participant, Platinum must evaluate and update its business practices in five key areas: pollution prevention, water conservation, waste reduction, energy conservation and staff education. Platinum must complete a checklist of standard criteria in each area. Once complete, Platinum will receive a “petal” for that category.

Sustainability is a core value at Platinum Supplemental Insurance. When the company began renovations on the five-story factory building that serves as its headquarters, energy efficiency was a top priority.

Mike Berg, Platinum’s chief operating officer of administration, says that participation in The Petal Project will not only reduce the company’s environmental footprint, but also save time and money.

“Focusing on sustainability makes good business sense,” says Berg. “Participation in The Petal Project will encourage us to refine our processes throughout the organization – which will ultimately improve our bottom line.”

About Platinum:
Platinum Supplemental Insurance is one of the most innovative marketers of exclusive supplemental insurance products in the Midwest, offering custom designed products that include Cancer, Heart Attack & Stroke, both Long and Short-Term Care and Accident & Disability insurance solutions. In addition, Platinum has also made their Cancer, Heart Attack and Stroke insurance product available to companies and businesses of all sizes for employers to use as an enhancement and addition to their employees’ current benefit package.

Headquartered in Dubuque, Iowa, Platinum’s growth is a direct reflection of its commitment to exceed customer expectations with excellent service and affordable products that are underwritten by highly rated companies. Platinum has proudly held an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau since 2004 for meeting the bureau’s accreditation standards year after year.        

With a solid fundamental mission to provide the best products and services to their customers, Platinum also invokes a commitment to their representatives and employees with outstanding opportunities for personal, professional and financial growth.

For more information on Platinum Supplemental Insurance, please visit http://www.pltnm.com.

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