Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Mulready airs new TV ad in Insurance race

Mulready Campaign Launches New TV Ad

TULSA, OK – Long-time insurance professional Glen Mulready is the first candidate in the Insurance Commissioner’s race to begin airing television ads starting today. The 30-second spot highlights Mulready’s 35 years of experience in the industry, as well as his plan to ensure consumers come first should he be elected.

The ads also feature his wife of 30 years, Sally, a real estate professional in the Tulsa area, and his three teenage sons, Sam, 18, Jake, 16 and Will, 15.

“We are excited to launch this new television ad because we believe that it really captures why Glen is the candidate in this race ready to be our next insurance commissioner. Glen’s 35 years of insurance industry experience has prepared him to protect Oklahomans from day one in office,” Campaign Manager Robert Aery said. “Plus, in another election cycle where negative ads are prevalent, we wanted to keep our message positive and stay focused on who we believe this race is about: consumers. Glen will work hard to make sure that families and businesses across the state have the choices they need to provide insurance for the people that matter to them most.”

Mulready has spent the last nine years as an independent broker working with businesses of all sizes. He formerly spent 13 years on the executive teams of Oklahoma’s two largest health insurance companies and has worked in the insurance industry for more than 35 years.

In his capacity as a state legislator, Mulready has led numerous efforts to reform the state’s insurance laws. He was first elected to represent House District 68 as a Republican in the Oklahoma House of Representatives in 2010. He served as the House Insurance Chairman, as well as the Majority Floor Leader.

View the ad below:

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