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Nationwide is one of the largest insurance companies in the US. Its services include car, life and home insurance, as well as savings accounts and retirement plans. The company was founded on February 23rd 1865 by retired Confederate Major Gen. Lew Wallace with $50,000 given to him by Indiana businessman Paul J. Sorg. It wasn't until 1868 that they offered savings accounts which were mostly used for businesses at this point in time.

Money made from these business accounts helped grow the company into what it is today - offering affordable, reliable insurance options to both individuals and businesses across all 50 states of America.

On July 28th 2004 Nationwide acquired American State Bank Corporation which gave them access to new markets such as Alaska, Texas and Louisiana. Now, Nationwide has over 1.2 million team members and operates in three main regions; South East (165 branches), Central (154) and West (71).

On May 17th 2007 they became the first insurer to reach 3 million customers using their online services - this number had doubled by 2016 with nearly six million customers now able to easily access all of their insurance needs online.

The company was ranked #333 on Forbes' list of America's Largest Companies in 2017. They also reached the Fortune 500 list for the first time that same year, coming in at 393rd place.

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