Bankers Warranty Group President Named BusinessWoman of the Year Finalist

ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA – September 26, 2016

Dawn Morris, President, Bankers Warranty Group (BWG) and Bonded Builders Warranty Group, affiliates of St. Petersburg, FL-based Bankers Financial Corporation, earned the honor of Finalist at the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 2016 BusinessWoman of the Year Awards.

Morris received the honor on Friday, September 23rd, within the highly competitive Financial Services category. The winners will be featured in an upcoming special edition on Friday, September 30th.

“Dawn is the only leading female executive in the builder warranty industry. To Dawn’s credit, she has never let any obstacle, including breaking through the glass ceiling, hold her back,” said John A. Strong, Chairman and CEO, Bankers Financial Corporation. “We truly value her leadership and skill set. Dawn now mentors other female associates on how to succeed in business and still maintain work-life balance.”

Morris has spent her entire career at Bankers, starting within the Accounts Payable department 22 years ago to become President of one of Bankers Financial Corporation’s most competitive business lines.

About Bankers Warranty Group

Bankers Warranty Group specializes in insurance and insurance tracking, financial services, home and electronics warranties, banking and real estate. For more information on Bankers Warranty Group, please visit

About Bankers Financial Corporation

Bankers Financial Corporation is a 40-year old private, diversified financial services company based in St. Petersburg, FL. The 750 associates at Bankers offer outsourcing solutions for claims, policy and flood products for insurers; insurance tracking for lenders; human resources solutions as a professional employer organization for small business; warranties for consumer electronics and new homes; insurance and maintenance services for properties, businesses and builders; and surety bonds for bail. For more information on Bankers Financial Corporation, please visit

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