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Safe-Guard Adds to Leadership Team

February 23, 2012

ATLANTA — Safe-Guard Products International announced that Alan Moak joined the company as vice president of claims, and that Tony Catania was named director of sales, OEM and national accounts.

Moak, who brings more than 30 years of automotive retail and insurance experience, will lead six teams and is responsible for the complete administration of claims for all products offered by Safe-Guard. He most recently served as COO of the extended warranty business unit at Assurant, administering warranties on automotive and consumer goods across multiple locations and for various clients. He also spent 24 years working in family-owned dealerships as part owner and executive manager.

“Alan’s background complements the diverse, experienced leadership team at Safe-Guard,” said David Duncan, president of Safe-Guard Products. “He will continue to elevate our industry-leading customer service levels in claims administration.”

Catania will be responsible for driving product sales and growth within current partnerships, and building relationships with new national and global partners. He brings more than 20 years of industry experience, including expertise in dealership retail sales, territory management and OEM program development.

Catania previously spent more than 11 years with Allstate Dealer Services. He most recently served as national sales manager for the company and was responsible for OEM and national account business. He also has experience in F&I and sales management.

“Tony is a driven and tested sales manager,” Duncan said. “As Safe-Guard increases its product portfolio and expands its global partnerships, he will be a key contributor to the company’s sales and income development team.”

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