Markel American Insurance Company Joins the Progressive International Motorcycle Show in Cleveland, Ohio January 27th - 29th

WAUKESHA, Wis., Jan. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Motorcyclists and motorcycle enthusiasts won't want to miss the Progressive International Motorcycle Show in Cleveland, Ohio January 27th - 29th. This year's show features an extensive collection of the new 2012 models, the Smage Bros Motorcycle Stunt Show, the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Competition, and will also give show attendees the opportunity to speak to product experts themselves. The show will be held at the International Exposition Center in Cleveland, Ohio on Friday, January 27th from 3pm - 9pm, Saturday, January 28th from 9am - 9pm, and Sunday, January 29th from 9am - 5pm.
"We are excited to exhibit at the Cleveland show this year and connect with the Cleveland riding community," said Ted Wentzel, Director of Marketing at Markel American Insurance Company, a powersports insurance company that has provided specialty insurance for both factory made and custom built motorcycles and trikes for over 35 years.
"The show is a great way for us to connect directly with motorcyclists and stay up-to-date on the new motorcycle trends for 2012," Wentzel continues. "As a specialty insurance company, it's important for us to understand our customers and their needs when it comes to protecting their motorcycle."About Markel American Insurance Company:Markel American Insurance Company (part of Markel Corporation) specializes in powersports insurance such as motorcycle insurance, boat insurance and ATV insurance. For more information, visit .
About Markel Corporation:Markel Corporation markets and underwrites specialty insurance products and programs to a variety of niche markets. In each of these markets, the Company seeks to provide quality products and excellent customer service so that it can be a market leader. The financial goals of the Company are to earn consistent underwriting profits and superior investment returns to build shareholder value.

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