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Serving the World With Specialized Insurance for Missionaries
Date:5/12/2010

Good Neighbor Insurance joins hands with International Medical Group® (IMG®) to serve overseas missionaries. Each year Good Neighbor insures thousands of mission trips for teams and single workers. Their focus is caring and honest service. IMG serves the needy in our world by servicing the needs of workers with hundreds of NGOs and mission sending organizations. Good Neighbor Insurance and IMG are particularly proud of their commitment to the special needs of this under-served community.

Gilbert, AZ (Vocus) May 12, 2010 -- Good Neighbor Insurance joins hands with International Medical Group® (IMG®) to serve overseas missionaries. Each year Good Neighbor insures thousands of mission trips for teams and single workers. Their focus is caring and honest service. IMG serves the needy in our world by servicing the needs of workers with hundreds of NGOs and mission sending organizations. Good Neighbor Insurance and IMG are particularly proud of their commitment to the special needs of this under-served community.

Missionaries serve the needy in some of the most dangerous and remote regions of the world. They live in constant risk of physical attack and contagious diseases in economically depressed areas. These countries lack basic amenities. Finding competent medical help in the crowded, largely unsanitary and risky conditions of developing countries is much more complicated than locating the closest emergency room.

"The service that IMG’s special missionary division provides is a real asset to us and the organizations we work with," says Jeff Gulleson, Founder of Good Neighbor Insurance. &ldqu
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