1967 ad: Investors' Syndicate Life Insurance and Annuity Co.

. Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Was it a mistake to put our 8-year-old into the life insurance business? It could have been a mistake. Eight years ago our life insurance subsidiary (Investors Syndicate Life or ISL for short) was brand-new in the field. A field dominated by giants. But we gave our youngster an edge. We trained 4,000 representatives not only in life insurance but in annuities, investments and savings plans. (You probably own some or all of these. So the more the ISL man knows about them, the easier it is to solve your life insurance problems) Lo and behold, our talented offspring grew. And grew. And grew. To the point where he now has more than $1 1/2 billion of individual life insurance in force. And all in just about 8 short years. So if one of our 8-year old's representatives call with some advice about your business or personal life insurance. Listen. After all, out of the mouths of babes. Investors' Syndicate Life Insurance and Annuity Co., Minneapolis, Minnesota, A subsidiary of IDS (Investors Diversified Services)

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