Los Angeles, CA, April 17, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- A special promotional campaign to help agents sell more long term care insurance has been announced by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.
"The cost of long term care insurance has risen making it increasingly important to let consumers know there are simple ways to reduce the cost of this protection," explains Jesse Slome, executive Director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance. "Cost is the number one barrier to sales and providing information is the most powerful way to overcome this barrier and objection."
To support the marketing efforts of insurance professionals the organization announced a special promotional campaign on the organization's consumer guide Potential Ways To Reduce The Cost Of Long-Term Care Insurance. "Over two million copies of Association consumer guides have been used with great success by insurance agents as part of their consumer awareness and education efforts," Slome notes. "This is by far the most timely of the guides because everyone today is concerned about costs."
A special Buy One Get One Free offer on the Ways To Reduce Cost guide is available to all insurance and financial professionals. The guides come in packs of 50 and sell for $35-per-pack plus shipping. For every package of the guide purchased, the Association will provide a free package. According to the organization, the special offer ends June 1, 2013 and is limited to supplies on hand.
All consumer guides currently available from the organization can be viewed online. Established in 1998, the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance focuses on supporting the marketing and sales efforts of insurance and financial professionals. The organization's online Long Term Care Insurance Learning And Marketing Center is available exclusively to members of the trade group.
For long term care insurance ratings of companies or to connect with a designated specialist for no-obligation long term care insurance costs from a member of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance visit the organization's website or call 818-597-3227.