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HOLLYWOOD, FL–(Marketwire – May 4, 2011) – AAA Public Adjusting Group (OTCQB: AAAA) (PINKSHEETS: AAAA). AAAA, a company with over 100 years combined experience adjusting insurance claims in the state of Florida, proudly introduces shareholders and investors to its business and how the Company fits into and expects to grow within the $500 Billion annual insurance industry. AAAA is unique in the public insurance adjusting business since it became a publicly traded company last year.
“We represent home and business owners to get more from their insurance claims, and we generate revenues as part of the recovery we obtain from the insurer for our clients,” stated Chris Lombardi, CEO of AAAA. “The amount of claims for property loss has normal baselines. We can typically obtain a higher adjustment valuation from the insurance companies for claims compared to what our clients could achieve on their own.”
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