David Hausman is a State General Agent in Pennsylvania. According to David, “Joining AIL 24 years ago is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.”
Prior to coming to American Income Life, he was a stockbroker at the World Trade Center. David became acquainted with AIL/NILICO through his cousin, a State General Agent in Florida who retired at the age of 45. Says David, “I knew from the beginning American Income and National Income Life were right for me; it was just a question of how quickly I could move up in the Company.”
David was an SGA in Georgia for five years and the top Master General Agent in New Jersey from 2001 to 2010.
In 2010 David became an SGA again in New York City. He spent three years building that agency and experienced 400% ALP growth during that time.
In November 2013, David was given the opportunity to become the SGA in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania.
This office serves the metro Philadelphia area as well as Delaware. In his first year as SGA in Pennsylvania, his team finished first in their category. With major expansion plans in the works, David is very excited about where his team is headed.
According to David, the most rewarding part of being with AIL/NILICO is, “Creating lifetime renewals for my wife and kids, and being able to change the lives of people who have joined this Company.”
David also sees tremendous value in AIL’s products, “Death is not something anyone wants to think about, but it will happen to all of us. Then your family gets the final bill for when you were alive, and many people aren’t prepared to pay it. We help take care of it so their family doesn’t have to struggle.”
What’s David’s advice to someone thinking about joining American Income Life? “Stop thinking and join. Opportunity Unlimited is greater than it has ever been. If you want to double or triple your income, then join this great Company and start creating your own future.”
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Free time for David means working out … wrestling and martial arts. “As my son gets older, I have to try to keep up with him.” David’s family also donates to the American Cancer Society, as his father is a cancer survivor.
Hear more from David in the video below.