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NGL launches new corporate website

NGL's new website is designed with the user experience in mind. It's easier to navigate, uses the latest technology compatible with today's browsers and mobile devices.

Madison, Wis. - National Guardian Life Insurance Company (NGL), one of America’s most successful and highly rated independent mutual life insurance companies, launched a new corporate website designed with the user experience in mind. In addition to being easier to navigate, the website uses the latest technology to make www.nglic.com compatible with today’s browsers and mobile devices. The website is also enhanced with rich shareable content focused on NGL’s mission.

The new website is now available at the same address: www.nglic.com.

“The website features a modern, clean design, as well as straightforward navigation. Our goal was to make it simple and easy to navigate to quickly meet the needs of everyone who visits our site. The website also includes a variety of information to help policyholders and partners understand NGL’s range of insurance solutions,” said Jessica Grann, NGL Assistant Vice President and Director of Corporate Communications.

Visitors are encouraged to explore the website and learn more about NGL’s product lines, including estate and funeral planning, Medicaid and VA planning, final expense and specialty insurance markets at: www.nglic.com.

About NGL

Since 1910, National Guardian Life Insurance Company (NGL), a mutual insurance company, has been located in Madison, Wis. Licensed to do business in 49 states and the District of Columbia, NGL markets preneed and individual life and annuities, as well as group markets products including specialty and student insurance. Additional information about NGL can be found at www.nglic.com; Facebook: Facebook.com/NGLIC and LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/national-guardian-life-insurance-company

National Guardian Life Insurance Company is not affiliated with The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America a/k/a The Guardian or Guardian Life.

 

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