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MDR stands for Million Dollar Roundtable (insurance industry)

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The 2012 Industry Elite Award winners have been recognized in the following categories: * Market Innovation: Andrew Unkefer, President & CEO, Unkefer Associates * Regulatory Advocacy: Brian Fechtel, President, Breadwinners Insurance * Industry Awareness: Henry Stern, Benefits Specialist, Centerville Insurance Agency * Community Outreach: The Million Dollar Roundtable * Best Rising Star: Jason McClellan, President & CEO, Insurance Advisors Direct-Agency, LLC "National Underwriter is proud to recognize the best of the best in the life & health industry.
He was past President of the Worcester Chapter of Chartered Life Underwriters, a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Roundtable and a State Mutual Ambassador.
Ranked in the Top 1 percent of all Financial Planners in the world (based on sales production) through his qualification in the prestigious Million Dollar Roundtable - 2008 Top of the Table, the Washington State native takes a total wealth management approach that helps his clients achieve their financial goals by investing with an eye towards risk management; reducing their exposure to taxes; meeting their retirement income; and providing a plan to successfully transfer wealth to their children and grandchildren.
This four (4) day summit offers a spectacular Million Dollar Roundtable, highly informative leadership workshops, training seminars, an elite women and money leadership luncheon, a turbocharged networking event with world-renowned motivational speaker Les Brown and performances from legendary entertainer Ron Isley of the Isley Brothers andGrammy Award Nominee Kim Burrell.