What does "VFIS" stand for in VFIS of North Carolina?
The "VFIS" acronym started being widely used in 1971 when the new logo incorporated the policy program initials - "Volunteer Firemen's Insurance Services."
Over the years, the logos have changed but the innovative approach to insurance products and risk management services is still widely referred to as "VFIS."
For more information about the history of the program, the VFIS "about us" page offers information and a history of all the prior logos used.
Art Glatfelter, founder of VFIS, circa 1989
Jackie F. Ireland Jr., Tracy Mosley, Jake Whisnant, Sherry Marshall, and Cloyce Anders (February 4, 2017)
Does your emergency service organization need a quote? Call VFIS of North Carolina at 919-755-1401.
In 1969, VFIS pioneered specialized insurance coverages designed to meet the unique needs of America's emergency service organizations.
Neglected and misunderstood by many insurance companies, the emergency service industry was in need of an innovative approach to insurance products and risk management services. VFIS accepted the challenge and today provides insurance, education, training and consulting to more emergency service organizations in North America than any other provider.
VFIS is a member of Glatfelter Program Managers, one of the largest insurance program managers in the U.S. In addition to VFIS, Glatfelter manages several specialty programs that include municipalities and public entities, water and sewer districts, hospice and home healthcare agencies, senior living and religious organizations. As an employee-owned company, our unique culture, operating structure and strong market relationships enable us to offer an impressive portfolio of value-added products and services designed to help our clients manage risk.