CNA National Lands Record Three Awards in Dealersâ€™ Choice Competition
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – CNA National has been named a top F&I provider for 17 consecutive years in the Dealers’ Choice Awards. For 2021, the company received a first-place Diamond award for “Vehicle Service Contracts,” a second-place Platinum award for “Reinsurance,” and a third-place Gold award for “F&I Products.”
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Dealers nationwide and their personnel have voted the company number one every year since the competition began in 2005. To date, CNAN has received a total of 31 recognitions, making it the most-awarded F&I company by far. This is the first year CNAN has earned an award in the F&I Products category, due in large part to the release of its ancillary suite only two years ago.
“We are honored to once again be named the number-one VSC provider by dealerships,” said Joe Becker, president and CEO of CNA National. “Adding a win in F&I Products to our list of accolades is a real victory, in addition to our 13 reinsurance and 17 VSC awards. All of this together goes a long way to demonstrate that dealers trust this company to deliver value and consistency for their customers.”
“We are very appreciative of our loyal dealers and their employees who have voted for us year after year,” said Jeff Weston, CNA National chief revenue officer. “We are dedicated to delivering value to our clients through premium products and services that can increase both revenue and customer satisfaction. Being named a number-one provider for the 17th year, along with the entry into the F&I Products group, shows us that we are doing right for our dealers.”
CNAN provides vehicle service contracts, limited warranties, tire-and-wheel protection, guaranteed asset protection (GAP) waivers and other products through franchised auto dealerships across the U.S. With more than four million contracts in force and having exceeded payment of $4 billion for claims across all product lines, the company has earned its reputation as a first-class F&I provider.