MetLife Auto & Home® To Offer Insurance Program To Family Circle and Ladies’
Home Journal Subscribers
NEW YORK -- November 13, 2012
Meredith Corporation (NYSE: MDP) and MetLife Auto & Home jointly announced
today that qualified subscribers to two of Meredith’s most well-known
publications will be able to insure their homes and automobiles with group
discounts. Subscribers of both Ladies’ Home Journal and Family Circle will be
offered the opportunity to apply for insurance coverage provided by MetLife
Auto & Home and other leading insurance carriers.
“The millions of women we reach through our Family Circle and Ladies’ Home
Journal brands are passionate about all things pertaining to their home and
family,” said Nancy Weber, executive vice president and chief marketing
officer at Meredith Women’s Network. “We’re excited to be able to offer them
an opportunity to participate in this program.”
“This relationship with a leading publisher like Meredith provides MetLife
Auto & Home a unique opportunity to serve subscribers of two iconic
publications that have histories of deep engagement with their audiences,”
said David Brennan, vice president, US Sponsored Direct Business at MetLife.
As part of the program, qualified subscribers also will be able to secure
insurance protection for other items, including rental properties, condos,
boats, motor homes and RVs. Additionally, those subscribers may have access to
other value-added features such as convenient payment options, identity
protection services, personalized service, and superior driver discounts.
Insurance availability, coverages, and discounts vary from state to state.
“We’re pleased to offer subscribers some of the most comprehensive auto and
home insurance coverage available, at competitive group rates,” noted Brennan.
“Not all auto and home insurance policies are the same, and we encourage
subscribers to review their current policies to ensure that they have the
right amount of coverage and the features to fit their needs.”
The outreach to subscribers will be undertaken by several Meredith business
units including the Meredith Women’s Network, Meredith Xcelerated Marketing,
and Consumer Marketing.
ABOUT MEREDITH CORPORATION
Meredith Corporation (NYSE: MDP; www.meredith.com) is the leading media and
marketing company serving American women. Meredith features multiple
well-known national brands – including Better Homes and Gardens, Parents,
Family Circle, Allrecipes.com, Ladies' Home Journal, Fitness, More, American
Baby, EveryDay with Rachael Ray, EatingWell and FamilyFun – along with local
television brands in fast-growing markets. Meredith is the industry leader in
creating content in key consumer interest areas such as home, family, health
and wellness and self-development. Meredith uses multiple distribution
platforms – including print, television, online, mobile, tablets, and video –
to give 100 million consumers content they desire and to deliver the messages
of its advertising and marketing partners.
Additionally, Meredith uses its many assets to create powerful custom
marketing solutions for many of the nation's top brands and companies.
Meredith Xcelerated Marketing has significantly added to its capabilities in
recent years through the acquisition of cutting-edge companies in digital,
mobile, social, healthcare, database, experiential and international
ABOUT METLIFE AUTO & HOME
MetLife Auto & Home is a brand of Metropolitan Property and Casualty Insurance
Company and its affiliates. Metropolitan Property and Casualty Insurance
Company is one of the nation’s leading personal lines property and casualty
insurance providers, with more than 2.7 million policies in force. MetLife
Auto & Home is also a part of MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET), a leading global
provider of insurance, annuities, and employee benefit programs, serving 90
million customers in over 50 countries. For more information, visit
Coverage, rates, and discounts are available in most states to those who
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