Discount for Long Term Care Insurance Association Conference Offered

A $100 discount is being offered to attend the national long term care insurance sales conference organized by the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance.

Los Angeles, CA, April 03, 2014 --( A $100 special discount is being offered to insurance and financial professionals who wish to register for the 2014 national long term care insurance sales conference. The discount is being made available from the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance.

"We are committed to building industry sales and an incentive to attend this great three day conference will benefit those who may be new to the business," declares Jesse Slome, executive director of the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance. The organization organizes the largest national LTC sales conference attended and viewed by, insurance and financial professionals.

The conference takes place May 18-20, 2014 in Kansas City. Regular registration is $199 for the three day event. Those who enter the code AALTCI in the Discount Code box will pay only $99 to attend according to the discount offer. The discount requires registration prior to May 1st.

According to AALTCI, the three day conference will feature nearly 40 keynotes and workshops focused on the sale and marketing of both traditional long term care insurance products as well as hybrid LTC solutions. "This is a great opportunity to network with the nation's leading producers as well as meet face-to-face with distributors and insurers," Slome adds. Key insurers present at the conference include Mutual of Omaha, Transamerica, Genworth Financial, MedAmerica, LifeSecure, Lincoln Financial, New York Life and Nationwide.

To see the complete program for the 2014 National Long Term Care Solutions Sales Summit go to The Association reminds registrants that only those who enter AALTCI in the discount code box on the registration form will be eligible for the $100 savings.
American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Jesse Slome