Los Angeles, CA, October 18, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- A national drive to educate thousands of insurance professionals about the importance of long term care insurance planning for their clients along with a membership drive will be launched.
“America faces a long term care tsunami as millions of people live into their 80s, 90s and even past 100 and very few have done any planning," declares Jesse Slome, executive director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance. The trade group, founded in 1998, is the leading organization supporting insurance professionals who market LTC solutions.
"The past few years have witnessed many significant changes in the long term care planning landscape and our goal is to help bring people up-to-date with what's taking place and what they need to do to build more successful practices," Slome explains.
The national association will be conducting extensive producer education throughout the month of November including the holding of the national Long Term Care Insurance Producers Summit in Las Vegas. "The Summit is the industry's largest national long term care insurance conference exclusively for insurance agents who market and sell solutions with over 500 attendees," Slome notes.
The Association will conduct a national membership drive as well. "We provide exclusive benefits for members designed to help them generate more prospects and sales," Slome notes. The Association maintains the nation's largest Long Term Care Insurance Online Learning Marketing Sales Center consisting of nearly 1090 training audios, marketing material that can be personalized and used by agents to get more long term care insurance leads and sales. Membership in the organization is $98 per-year.
Established in 1998 as a non-profit trade group, the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance advocates for the importance of planning for long term care and supports insurance and financial professionals who market LTC insurance. To learn more about long term care insurance costs call the organization’s offices at (818) 597-3227 or visit the Association’s website.