Integrity Marketing Group acquires Iowa-based insurance firm – Dallas Business Journal – Dallas Business Journal

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Dallas-based Integrity Marketing Group has acquired another brokerage general agency, marking its fourth acquisition
Brokers Clearing House partner and president Debbie Hannam and managing partner Dan Allison enter executive roles and will become managing partners at Integrity as a part of the acquisition. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.  
As a result of the transaction, Brokers Clearing House will have access to Integrity’s platform of resources including product development, data and analytics, CRM and enrollment tools.  
Based in Iowa, Brokers Clearing House was founded in 1975 by Bob Hofer, and his daughter Barbara Crowley came on in 1977. As CEO, Crowley has overseen the company’s growth in long-term care, health insurance and financial services.  
“To continue to grow, we needed to serve customers even more by providing advisors with the technology and resources we couldn’t yet offer them, “Crowley said in a news release. “Partnering with Integrity is the best decision we’ve ever made. By adding our proud legacy to the Integrity name, I know Debbie and Dan can take Brokers Clearing House to the right place going forward. This is an exciting time to pass the torch, and I’m confident for what lies ahead.” 
Integrity’s Broker Clearing House deal is the company’s fourth acquisition this month. Most recently, the Dallas-based insurance business acquired Golden State Insurance Agency, an independent marketing company based in California.  Integrity has acquired insurance marketing organization Addison-based the Fitz Group and Connecticut-based Stateline Senior Services earlier this month.  
The Dallas company in June moved its headquarters to a 100,000-square-foot space at Fountain Place to accommodate for the company’s growth, the Integrity’s CEO Bryan Adams told the Dallas Business Journal at the time.
According to previous reporting, Integrity is projected to generate about $7 billion in insurance sales this year, and has between 8 million and 9 million customers across the nation. It has about 375,000 insurance agents that sell products through the company and employs about 5,500 people. About 300 of these employees are based in Dallas. 
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