MIG Pacesetter List

MIG Named to 2020 Pacesetter List

Roswell, GA (8/11/2020) — Marquee Insurance Group LLC, a commercial insurance company specializing in transportation, was named as one of Atlanta’s fastest-growing private companies by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, on the publication’s prestigious Pacesetter list announced on August 7th, 2020.

The annual list ranks one-hundred companies based on their revenue and employee growth.

“Atlanta has been an incredible environment for our business to thrive,” said Kyle Richards, SVP of Marquee Insurance Group. “Our people lead to our company’s growth. Over the past year, we focused on improving the experience for our clients and employees. We have been able to commit more time and resources for employee engagement and corporate responsibility.”

To be eligible for this year’s Pacesetter list, Atlanta-based companies must have had revenue between $1 million and $300 million in 2019. Also, they need to have two-year growth in sales of at least 50 percent. The Atlanta Business Chronicle uses a weighted index to allow it to compare the growth of different-sized companies against each other.

About MIG

Marquee Insurance Group LLC. specializes in the transportation industry as a commercial insurance company. MIG strives to provide excellent service and superior protection with a range of services benefiting trucking. Deeply established within the transportation industry, MIG sets itself as a resource for drivers as they navigate the trucking industry.


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