Long Term Care Insurance Producers Group Reaches Milestone

June 25, 2014 –  The nation’s largest online networking, learning and discussion group hosted by the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance has surpassed the 5,000 member mark.

“This is a significant milestone that we are very pleased to have achieved,” declares,” explains Jesse Slome, executive director of the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance, a national trade group.   Slome created the discussion group and serves as the online moderator and host.

“Insurance professionals need a way to get information and answers from other peers without a barrage of promotional messages and ads,” Slome notes.   “We don’t allow any of that which keeps the information very focused on what participants want; to share insights and to rapidly get answers to their difficult questions.”

The Association utilizes Linkedin to host the group offering free access to any insurance or financial professional seeking to know more about long term care insurance or long term care hybrid products.   ”Linkedin is the place where professionals network and with some 300 million participants it’s a most viable platform today.”

Access to join the group is available to any insurance professional with a personal Linkedin profile.  “Simply do a Group search for the term Long Term care Insurance Professionals and request to join,” Slome shares.  The Association hosts a second growing group exclusively focused on Medicare Supplement insurance marketing and sales.

The American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.  Established in 1998, the organization seeks to support insurance and financial professionals as well as advocate for intelligent planning for long term care.  The American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance will shortly announce dates for the 2015 Medicare Supplement Insurance Summit, the only national conference exclusively focused on Medigap insurance.


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