AIA Corporation Shares Benefits of Recent Tax Reform With Employees

NEENAH, Wis, Feb. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- AIA Corporation (AIA) announced today that in light of the meaningful contributions of its employees and the new U.S. corporate tax structure, the company will distribute $1,000 in 2018 to every full-time employee.

AIA is among the top promotional products distributors in the U.S. with a growing team that includes more than 300 independent U.S. franchise owners nationwide and over 3,000 suppliers. The company is located in Neenah, Wis. and Chicago, Ill.   

"Great service starts with a great team, and our employees work hard every day to help AIA's community of independent Owners build their businesses and engage the market with confidence," said Matt Gresge, CEO of AIA Corporation. "Our Board of Directors felt it was important to both acknowledge and reward our team's extraordinary efforts – particularly in light of the benefits our company expects from the recent tax law changes," added Gresge.

Following a record-breaking year in 2017, AIA remains committed to helping its Owner Community succeed through investments in technology, marketing and coaching, and sees this special bonus as an important part of this effort by rewarding the company's outstanding team.

About AIA

AIA propels idea people by providing industry leading financial, technical, sales, marketing, and purchasing solutions to entrepreneurs in the distribution business. We free up entrepreneurs to focus on business and engage the market with the confidence of a well-funded operational engine behind them. We enable entrepreneurs to grow their business with the advanced technology and digital fluency to reach customers where they are today. And we connect entrepreneurs in a vibrant, engaged community of peers. For more information, visit or call 800-460-7836.

Media Contact: Jennifer Lefkowitz, Approach Marketing, (773) 368-3686,

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