The Info List - Colonial Penn

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Colonial Penn Life Insurance
Company is a Philadelphia-based life insurance company, founded by philanthropist and AARP
co-founder Leonard Davis, owned by CNO Financial Group. Colonial Penn, originally focused on people over 65 who became the origins of insurance provided through American Association of Retired Persons, now known as AARP,[1] now has a marketing campaign is aimed at people between the age of 50 and 85, specializing in guaranteed acceptance whole life insurance. Jeopardy!
host Alex Trebek
Alex Trebek
commonly appears as a compensated endorser for Colonial Penn in advertisements. Former endorsers include Star Search host Ed McMahon, male singer Lou Rawls, and Joe Theismann. Utility holding company FPL Group acquired Colonial Penn in 1985.[2] FPL sold Colonial Penn to Leucadia National
Leucadia National
in 1991.[3] Conseco
bought Colonial Penn from Leucadia in 1997,[4] and in 1998 it was renamed Conseco
Direct Life to reflect Conseco
ownership.[5] In 2001, the name was changed back to Colonial Penn, though, according to the fine print at the end of Colonial Penn commercials today, it is still Banker's Conseco
Life Insurance
Company for residents of The New York State. References[edit]


^ http://articles.latimes.com/2001/jan/23/local/me-15772 ^ FPL Group Offers To Buy Insurance
Firm ^ Fpl Group Finds Buyer For Insurer: Colonial Penn Brings In $150 Million ^ Conseco
Planning to Acquire Colonial Penn ^ YouTube - 1998 - Commercial - Conseco
Direct Life - formerly Colonial Penn Life - starring Ed McMahon

External links[edit]

Official website

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