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NEW YORK, NY – Tokio Marine Management & Insurance Companies (TMM) and Jewelers unBLOCKed (JUB) have entered into an exclusive agreement to offer Jewelers Block insurance coverage in the United States. The program aims to provide a broad range of coverage and customized solutions to meet the insurance needs of jewelry industry clients, including wholesalers, retailers, designers, stylists and manufacturers.

“We’re extremely pleased and honored to have been chosen by TMM to underwrite and manage their Jewelers Block program,” says JUB President Patricia K. Low. “Tokio Marine’s financial strength, combined with their stellar reputation and internal support system of claims and loss control, create a platform that generates an unparalleled solution for the jewelry industry.”

Rich Soja, TMM senior vice president Inland Marine, describes the partnership: "Tokio Marine is quite selective in choosing its program managers. We believe that JUB’s leadership and underwriting team has proven its ability to provide the superior expertise and service we look for in our industry partners. With JUB as our distributor for this product, we fully expect to quickly become a major supplier of Jewelers Block coverage across the U.S."

For more information about the Jewelers Block offerings, visit jewelersunblocked.com or call the JUB corporate office at 201-794-7705.

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