National Guard September 2012 : Page 82

USAA is proud to be the Exclusive Provider of Financial Services for the National Guard Association of the United States Only one kind of auto insurance is earned once, but may be handed down from generation to generation. At USAA, our commitment to serving the fi nancial needs of military members, veterans who have honorably served and their families is without equal. It’s why 96% of members continue to insure with USAA. Switch to USAA Auto Insurance today, and pass down the legacy. Begin your legacy. Get a quote. usaa.com/ngaus | 888-676-4287 Insurance Banking Investments Retirement Advice USAA means United Services Automobile Association and its insurance, banking, investment and other companies. Use of the term “member” does not convey any legal, ownership or eligibility rights for property and casualty insurance products. Ownership rights are limited to eligible policyholders of United Services Automobile Association. The term ”honorably served” applies to offi cers and enlisted personnel who served on active duty, in the Selected Reserve or National Guard and have a discharge type of “Honorable.” Adult children of USAA members are eligible to purchase auto or property insurance if their eligible parent purchases USAA auto or property insurance. Property and casualty insurance products are available to current and former military members and their former dependents who meet certain membership eligibility criteria. To fi nd out if you are eligible, contact USAA. Underwriting restrictions apply. Automobile insurance provided by United Services Automobile Association, USAA Casualty Insurance Company, USAA General Indemnity Company, Garrison Property and Casualty Insurance Company, USAA County Mutual Insurance Company, San Antonio, TX, and is available only to persons eligible for P&C group membership. Each company has sole fi nancial responsibility for its own products. NGAUS receives fi nancial support from USAA for this sponsorship. © 2012 USAA. 139941-0912

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