Donegal Group Inc. announces inclusion of Mountain States insurance business in Donegal Nasdaq underwriting pool: DGICA

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MARIETTA, Pa., Jan.15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Donegal Group Inc. (NASDAQ: DGICA) and (NASDAQ: DGICB) today announced that their 2021 consolidated financial results will begin to include the Donegal Mutual Insurance Company (“ Donegal Mutual ”) and its subsidiaries produce in four southwestern states. Donegal Mutual and its subsidiaries have marketed commercial products in the Southwest region under the name Mountain States Insurance Group (“Mountain States”) since the May 2017 merger of Mountain States Mutual Casualty Company with and into Donegal Mutual. For the year ended December 31, 2020, Mountain States had net written premiums of approximately $ 48.5 million in the states of Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Utah.

Kevin G. Burke, President and CEO of Donegal Group Inc., said, “We are delighted with the transformation of Mountain States since Donegal Mutual acquired this business in 2017. Donegal Mutual has provided…

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