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Allstate Insurance Company is launching a recruitment campaign to appoint 100 new agency owners in Texas this year. Allstate agency owners are also actively searching for qualified candidates to fill more than 1200 sales professional positions in agencies across the state. 

Continued population growth and Texas economy are significant factors fueling Allstate’s agency growth strategy.

Texas continues to see population expansion in cities across the state, which presents opportunities for small business owners to protect and serve families in those communities,” said David Campbell, Allstate’s Texas Strategic Deployment Leader.  

Allstate is seeking entrepreneurs with an enthusiasm to own* and operate their own business in Texas and make an impact in their community.

“Candidates don’t need an insurance background. We’ll provide them with comprehensive education and the resources to help them get off to a solid start,” Campbell said. “They do need a strong entrepreneurial drive and passion to help others and their community. The ideal candidate wants to build a legacy they can pass down for generations.”

Allstate agency owner Eric Douglas opened his agency in the Dallas/Fort Worth area one year ago and has already seen tremendous success. Douglas has always been a small business owner, but was drawn to Allstate because of the opportunity for long-term stability it provides.

“Being an Allstate agent is the best opportunity for the entrepreneur who, like me, needs structure but is willing to be creative and take risks to grow their business,”Eric Douglas said. “With the marketing and brand support Allstate provides – the opportunities are limitless.”

Texas Allstate Agency Owners Projected To Hire 1200 Sales Professionals
Newly appointed Allstate agency owners, along with current agents, could help generate 1200 additional jobs in their communities across the state as they typically hire licensed sales staff to help them run their small businesses.

Licensed sales professionals help Allstate agencies grow, working side by side with agency owners to assist customers to help them meet their insurance needs. That’s why Allstate encourages more than 1200 agency owners to hire top notch staff.

Allstate’s Texas agency owner and licensed staff recruiting goals for this year are segmented by area across the state:


Approx. EA Goal

LSP Approx. Goal

Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex

30 Exclusive Agents

500 Licensed Staff


30 Exclusive Agents

500 Licensed Staff

Central Texas (San Antonio-Austin)

20 Exclusive Agents

300 Licensed Staff 

East Texas

10 Exclusive Agents

100 Licensed Staff

West Texas

10 Exclusive Agents

100 Licensed Staff

Learn More about Becoming an Allstate Agent or Licensed Sales Professional
Allstate also offers a $1,000 award to anyone who refers a qualified candidate to Allstate. The referral award is payable upon the appointment of the candidate as an Allstate agency owner. To refer candidates, please call 1-877-711-1006.

Interested candidates can learn more about becoming an Allstate agency owner by going to or by calling 1-877-711-1006.

For more information about becoming an Allstate licensed sales professional, email your resume to a recruitment team member at Candidates can also call (877) 711-1015 to speak to a recruiter or can call their local Allstate agent. Interested candidates should have exceptional selling and customer service skills, a high school diploma and the ability to obtain or begin the process of obtaining a Property and Casualty license at the time of hiring.

The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) is the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer, protecting approximately 16 million households from life’s uncertainties through auto, home, life and other insurance offered through itsAllstate, Esurance, Encompass and Answer Financial brand names. Now celebrating its 85th anniversary as an insurer, Allstate is widely known through the slogan “You’re In Good Hands With Allstate®.” Allstate agencies are in virtually every local community in America. In 2015, The Allstate Foundation, Allstate, its employees and agency owners gave $36 million to support local communities.

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