Shield Total Insurance Partners With The Auto-Trail Owners Club

Written by Stuart Craig on 19th July 2018

Shield Total Insurance has expanded its partner base by forming a strong working relationship with the Auto-Trail Owners Club (ATOC) in an effort to expand each other’s offerings in the leisure sector.

Essentially this means providing beneficial insurance rates, a more bespoke service and direct links for partner customers and club members.

Celebrating their 25th anniversary this year, the ATOC boasts over 2,400 members and is currently the largest single make motorhome owners’ club. In their own words:

“There are no strangers n the Auto-Trail Owners Club, only friends you haven’t met. We bring together people of all ages who share a common interest to bond and create friendships that last a lifetime.”

Martyn Raybould, Head of Business Relations at Shield Total Insurance, commented:

“My role is all about working together with other quality businesses in our sector such as ATOC to improve service, introduce new customers and add value at a time when service is everything!”

If you are an Auto-Trail owner you can apply for membership provided your vehicle is prominently and primarily badged ‘Auto-Trail’ or ‘Tribute’. There are no vehicle age restrictions.

To find out more, www.atocuk.com where you can find a membership application form and all the details you need to join.

You can also contact the membership team directly: atoc.membership@gmail.com

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