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Insurance Office of America EVP Bruce Eades Receives NATE UNITE 2024 Chairman’s Coin Award

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Executive Vice President Bruce Eades

LONGWOOD, Fla. (April 3, 2024) – Insurance Office of America (IOA) is pleased to congratulate Executive Vice President Bruce Eades for receiving the NATE UNITE 2024 Chairman’s Coin award.

The NATE: The Communications Infrastructure Contractors Association honors distinguished leaders for their contributions to the organization and the telecommunications industry. The Chairman’s Coin is a prestigious award that recognizes individuals who have “provided excellent dedication and service to the mission of NATE and to encourage continued involvement.”

“What an honor to receive the NATE UNITE 2024 Chairman’s Coin award along with my fellow telecommunications colleagues,” said Bruce. “This industry is critical to our country’s infrastructure. I’m thrilled to serve daily to help everyone stay protected, safe, and thriving for the foreseeable future.”

On behalf of NATE’s 1,060 member companies, Chairman Victor Drouin offered congratulations to the award recipients at an event announcing the honorees, stating that the award program supports legacy building by honoring the dedicated men and women who have helped grow the association and ultimately served to advance safety and professionalism in the industry.



Insurance Office of America (IOA) is the fourth largest privately held insurance brokerage in the United States. Founded in 1988, IOA is a recognized leader in providing property and casualty, employee benefits, and personal lines insurance and risk management solutions as well as insurtech innovation. Headquartered in Longwood, Florida, part of the greater Orlando community, IOA has more than 1,300 associates located in over 60 offices in the U. S. and United Kingdom. In California, dba IOA Insurance Services. (#0E67768) For more information, visit


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