ARMR.Network merges with ARI Brokers

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MIDDLETON, WI — American Risk Management Resources Network LLC (ARMR.Network) recently announced a merger with ARI Brokers LLC, according to a press release.

Both ARMR.Network and ARI are surplus lines insurance brokers specializing in the cleaning and restoration business sector.

“The business insurance needs of cleaning and restoration contractors are very complex,” David Dybdahl, president of ARMR.Network said. “It takes specialized insurance brokers to effectively work with the insurance policies that restorers need to purchase and the retail insurance agents that sell them.  We found those rare skill sets in the ARI Brokers team.”

ARI will now work under the ARMR West brand out of its current headquarters in Salt Lake City, UT.

“When we were presented the opportunity to work more closely with the ARMR.Network LLC, staff we took it,” ARMR West’s Jason Gardner said in the release. “Combining the expertise, knowledge and insurance products of ARMR.Network LLC and ARI Brokers makes us an outstanding value for insurance agents and the cleaning and restoration contractors that they serve.”

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