August 7, 2022 (656)
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NPA Names New Preferred Commercial Insurance Provider for Supplier Members


Bolton & Company’s Greg Doherty Brings Supplement Expertise to NPA

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Natural Products Association (NPA) announced today that Bolton & Company Insurance Brokers of Pasadena, Calif., has been selected as the preferred commercial insurance provider for NPA Supplier Members.

Greg Doherty is Bolton’s Executive Vice President and Managing Director of its Dietary Supplement Practice Group. Doherty began his commitment to the dietary supplement industry in 2002.  He is a recognized authority on product liability and related insurance issues important to NPA’s Supplier Members.  Established in 1931, Bolton & Company is one of the nation’s largest employee-owned insurance broker agencies providing clients worldwide with insurance and risk management services, employee benefits and financial products.

“I am honored and excited about this partnership with NPA,” Doherty said. “My goals are twofold for this program:  First, to make sure that Supplier Members have the best insurance coverage, tailored to their particular segment of the industry, for the most competitive premium available.  Secondly, Supplier Members who select us as their broker will directly contribute to the financial stability of NPA via our revenue-sharing arrangement with NPA.  It’s a win-win for everybody.”

“We are always on the lookout for new, high-quality membership benefits that not only provide outstanding value to the members, but are unique and customer centric as well,” said NPA CEO Daniel Fabricant, Ph.D. “Bolton fits right into that mold. NPA prides itself on offering top-notch business advantage benefits to members, and we look forward to adding Bolton to our roster. Our benefits help members do business better and add value to their membership in the organization, helping to grow the association overall.”

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