Tuesday, January 12, 2010

2010 Long-Term Care Sales Achievement Awards Announced

"Rookie of Year" Category Added To Recognize Industry's Newer Producers

Insurance and financial professionals who market long-term care insurance protection are invited to enter the Eighth Long-Term Care Sales Achievement Awards. The annual program, conducted by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance, recognizes producers based on sales made during 2009.

"Awards are given for sales of individual long-term care insurance policies as well as multi-life long-term care," explains Jesse Slome, the organization's executive director. A new category has been added to recognize producers who began selling long-term care insurance in 2009.

Award recipients are ranked on a national as well as a state-by-state basis with their names published in the Association's annual LTCi Sourcebook. "This is an excellent way for agents and brokers, even those who have just started selling, to show prospects they have been recognized as a leading producer in the industry," Slome notes. The minimal placed premium for 2009 is $2,500. "All those who enter and qualify are recognized," he adds.

Information and the entry application can be accessed online via the Association's website: http://www.aaltci.org/awards. Established in 1998, the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance is the national association serving insurance and financial professionals who provide long-term care financing solutions.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Audio Recordings From Long-Term Care Insurance Producers Summit

Audio recordings from the recent LTCi Producers Summit are now available. The link to see the listing of all 36 sessions can be found below. Audios start at $15 each. Audios with synchronized Power Point presentations are $22 each. A discount code for AALTCI members will save you 20%.

To support the Association's efforts, the recording company provided us with a few DVDs containing all the sessions including synchronized Power Points. You can view these presentations on your computer while listening to the presentations (each is between 60 and 90 minutes long).

We are making A DVD-ROM WITH ALL 36 SUMMIT PROGRAMS available for $229 (while supplies last). Mail requests with checks only (details below). If you order online, the cost is $339. For use on computers.

To see all available 2009 LTCi Summit audios and order: click on this link: http://www.fleetwoodonsite.com/aaltci

AALTCI members can save 20% on their orders: Enter the Code "QRR7UU" during checkout on the payment page.

To order the complete DVD of all 36 sessions for $229 (Save $110 versus online cost of $339) send a check payable to AALTCI.
Mail to AALTCI - DVD, 3835 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Ste 336, Westlake Village, CA 91362

Here are the top-rated Summit sessions based on Evaluation Forms submitted by Summit attendees.

LTC 828 Public Policy Impacting LTC - The Latest From Washington DC - The CLASS ACT (Attendees' Evaluation Score 5.0)

LTC 834 The Instincts Of Success - Frank Maselli, Keynote speaker (Score 5.0)

LTC 836 $100,000 Of Marketing For FREE - How To Be The "Go To" LTC Expert In 2010 - Jesse Slome, AALTCI (Score 5.0)

LTC 830 How To Sell Partnership Long-Term Care Insurance - Panel (Score 4.78)

LTC 817 Yes You Can ! . Create A No-Cost Internet Presence For Google - Jesse Slome, AALTCI (Score 4.70)

LTC 831 Keynote: Referrals The Professional Way - by Frank Maselli (Score 4.70)

LTC 807 The Impending Collapse Of The Roadblocks To LTC Insurance - Steve Moses - Center For LTC Reform (Score 4.29)

To see all available 2009 LTCi Summit audios and order: click on this link: http://www.fleetwoodonsite.com/aaltci

Wishing you a great start to 2010.

Jesse Slome
American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance