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General Agent Center Inc. Announces Launch of Newly Redesigned Website GACQuote.com

Scottsdale, AZ, April 25, 2020 –(PR.com)– www.gacquote.com – General Agent Center’s quick and easy information request form is available on every page and ensures usability and satisfaction to the end user with a quick fill process and dropdown selection by product. Choose a date and time you want a call back, and a GAC Specialist will respond to your inquiry request.

General Agent Center Inc.’s product pages provide agents and brokers up to date information and key points of benefits offered, along with state availability charts to keep you well informed on product approvals for each product. Best of all, their quote and apply process is easy to use and hassle free with available step by step online instructional videos.

“After much anticipation, our team’s hard work and dedication has paid off, with the launch of our newly redesigned website. The way that users browse the web today is rapidly changing and the use of mobile devices compared to computers has increased. With our redesigned website, GACQuote.com, we wanted to create a way to help our loyal agents achieve a smooth and simple quote & apply process as well as having informative content, such as FAQs, Testimonials, Training Videos, Calendar of Events and a Resources Page filled with useful info. Now our agents can take advantage of all the new features and experience firsthand the enhancements made on GACQuote.com to make it a pleasant one.”
– Marc Malin – President

For more information, please contact:

Marketing Department
800-366-2467
[email protected]
www.gacquote.com

General Agent Center has helped donate over $1,000,000 towards combat Veteran’s causes.

Contact Information:
General Agent Center
Mike Kleingartner
800-366-2467
Contact via Email
http://www.GACQuote.com

Read the full story here: https://www.pr.com/press-release/811103

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