Participate in NFIP Marketing Campaigns

The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has established two ambitious goals: increase the number properties covered by flood insurance and quadruple the amount invested in mitigation.

To achieve these goals, the NFIP designs and delivers targeted marketing campaigns. Campaign goals range from reaching new customers in high-risk flood areas, to encouraging existing customers to renew their policies.

To participate in one of the NFIP's current campaigns, visit the campaign homepages below to download the tools, templates, and resources you need to get started.

Agents and the “surround sound” marketing effect

Agents play an important role in the NFIP’s marketing campaigns. As trusted advisors and community members, agents are crucial “surround sound” messengers and front-line sales representatives.

Studies show that when targeted marketing is paired with “surround sound” marketing – in-person meetings or sales calls, marketing emails, or social media posts – the impact of a marketing campaign is significantly amplified.

NFIP's Current Marketing Campaigns

Learn more and participate in the NFIP’s current marketing campaigns. Read the descriptions below to find campaigns happening in your area.

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Hurricane Season Campaign

June – September 2018 Gulf Coast, East Coast

This hurricane season, the NFIP has launched a dynamic marketing campaign across the Gulf and East Coasts to raise awareness of hurricane-related flood risk.

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“Nat Geo” Campaign

July – September 2018 Nationwide

This summer, the NFIP has launched a marketing and outreach campaign in 21 markets across the country, encouraging the purchase of flood insurance when flood awareness is high.

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Flood After Fire Campaign

Ongoing West Coast

Due to devastating wildfires across the Western United States, the NFIP is supporting ongoing marketing efforts to help agents raise awareness of flood after fire risk and drive policy sales.