We are pleased to announce that the Philadelphia Eagles and JKJ have agreed to an extension of their current deal through 2027. The partnership between both sides was formed in 2013.
“We look forward to continuing our partnership with Johnson, Kendall & Johnson for another five years,” said Frank Gumienny, Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Philadelphia Eagles. “JKJ’s client-focused approach and ongoing commitment to providing first-class risk management solutions have been a tremendous resource for our team’s business operation.”
JKJ provides the Eagles with service-oriented, value-driven solutions that assist with their risk management and insurance needs. The firm also provides its broad client base with commercial and personal insurance, global solutions, employee benefits, and financial and retirement services.
“Our partnership with the Eagles began in 2013 and we are proud to announce our agreement to continue that relationship for years to come,” said Bruce White, Chief Executive Officer, Johnson, Kendall & Johnson. “The longevity of our relationship is a testament to our commitment to excellence and serving their unique business needs.”
JKJ has been named to the “Best Places to Work” and “Healthiest Workplaces” lists by the Philadelphia Business Journal, and was named to the National Association of Plan Advisors’ (NAPA) inaugural list of top Defined Contribution Advisor Firms.
“Our partnership with the Eagles is a source of great pride for Johnson, Kendall & Johnson as their trusted insurance, risk management, and employee benefits broker,” said Kevin Dougher, Executive Vice President and Partner, Johnson, Kendall & Johnson. “This relationship has been instrumental in enhancing JKJ’s position as one of the premier independent insurance brokers in the United States. Our independence allows us to focus our talents on solutions for our clients and their evolving needs, so in turn, they can focus on their business. In the case of the Eagles, it’s exciting to watch that play out for football fans in our community and across the nation.”