Our name was derived from the well-known Japanese fable by Mouri Motonari, in which a daimyo (feudal lord) of the Aki domain taught his children that while one arrow is easy to break, three tied together cannot be broken, and that is why they should stick together. Our Arrowood logo was designed using three arrows, one for each of the three Morey brothers, John, Jack, and Jim who are the original principles of Arrowood.
Our program business began with the simple, yet thorough design of a comprehensive insurance policy for Japanese Temples. With the partnership of Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Group (formerly known as Mitsui Marine Management), the appropriate and necessary forms to make this program special were designed. It was then decided that this great program needed to be shared with other Temples. Along the way, a Non Profit Program was also designed and shared with others.
Our Temple and Non Profit Programs are our premier programs, yet our largest program is the Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Group Access Program. All it takes is completing a Producer's Agreement with Arrowood and your applications for preferred business can be quoted. Business began flowing in steadily in 1992 when Arrowood was established, and as they say, the rest is history.
Since that time, we have obtained appointments with Sompo International, Travelers Companies, Nationwide Insurance and Allianz Global Corporate and Specialty.
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