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December 15, 2011 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Bob McManus Joins Normandy Harbor Insurance Board of Directors

Ft. Lauderdale — Mr. Bob McManus, CPCU, ARM, has accepted a position on the Board of Directors of Normandy Harbor Insurance Co. (NHIC), a workers' compensation insurance carrier based in Ft. Lauderdale.

An insurance executive with 40 years of experience, McManus is a vice president and partner at Beacon National Insurance Associates in Sarasota, a managing general agent specializing in insurance for the general aviation industry. Prior to joining Beacon National, McManus was an executive vice president and corporate secretary for the Sarasota-based FCCI Insurance Group, a multi-state commercial property & casualty insurance company. At FCCI he was responsible for all underwriting, loss control, marketing, and product development strategies and operations, and served on the corporate strategic planning team. He founded the Suncoast Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers and served as its president for 8 years.

"With his depth of experience in workers' compensation underwriting, loss control and operations, Bob will be a tremendous asset to the NHIC board," says President & CEO Therese A. Stevens. "His reputation and integrity throughout the workers' compensation community are unmatched in the industry. We are thrilled to have Bob on board with the board."

About NHIC

Normandy Harbor Insurance Co. (NHIC) is a workers' compensation insurance carrier based in Ft. Lauderdale. NHIC offers a comprehensive platform of workers' compensation coverages and services to Florida businesses through its network of approved independent insurance agents. It provides statewide loss prevention services and claims management, including utilization review, a specialized provider network, well-negotiated medical provider fees, medical bill repricing, and a prescription drug program. NHIC's proprietary BackAboard™ program is designed to facilitate communications between injured workers and their employers and speed recovery to get both the employer and employee back to full productivity.

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