Rolling Stones Exhibit Has an Annuity Sponsor
Mick Jagger, the leader of the Rolling Stones, will turn 75 in July. (Let’s have a show of hands from everybody who really didn’t appreciate hearing that).
Because commerce never takes a holiday, a major Rolling Stones exhibit at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, from now through June 30 is being sponsored by—an annuity issuer, Jackson National Life Insurance Company.
Barry Stowe, chief executive officer of Jackson, said in a statement that Jackson sees the sponsorship as a way to connect on a deep emotional level with the Rolling Stones’ audience.
“The Rolling Stones are an artistic cultural phenomenon that helped define and shape the baby boomer generation,” Stowe said.