from an AIS commercial on the radio: 'More than 30 insurance companies compete for AIS clients' business.'
taken literally: duh. AIS is an insurance company. insurance companies compete for each others' business. otherwise they wouldn't run commercials.
but if you read into it a little bit: why would insurance companies be so keen to compete for AIS clients' business specifically? the only reason I can think of is that AIS clients are more willing to pay more than clients of other companies, making them more desirable objects of competition.
not a good inference. you might want to rewrite that one, AIS.