Claremore Insurance Professional Named Industry Rising Star

A Claremore insurance professional has just been recognized in a list of the industry’s most promising.

Kyle R. Beggs of RCI Insurance Group has been included in the 2015 Insurance Business America Young Guns report. This annual list honors 42 talented young professionals aged 35 and below who have already made a splash in the industry.

rciInsurance Business America asked readers, brokerages, agencies, and insurers to nominate young professionals who have contributed to the industry and are set to lead it for the decades to come.

The list includes brokers, underwriters, CEOs and promising young producers who have made a name for themselves despite their limited years of experience and have added value to their respective workplaces and the industry as a whole.

“This year’s crop of Young Guns are breaking down generational barriers and ushering the insurance industry into a new era,” said the team at Insurance Business America. “They represent the new face of insurance – a combination of the traditional work ethic that has been the industry’s backbone for years and the technological know-how that it needs to move into the future.”

To find out more, click here.

Read the full Young Guns report in issue 3.8 of Insurance Business America out now at

Congratulations, Kyle!



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