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Center President Carries Message Across Country

Seattle-- May 18, 2000

Center for Long-Term Care Financing President Stephen Moses is taking the Center's message of personal responsibility and consumer choice across the U.S. Over the next several months, he will be discussing with audiences near and far the current problems with long-term care financing and the Center's proposal for public policy reform. Just look at what others are saying about Mr. Moses' presentations: "Fabulous session, one of the sem- inar's best!" "Great information, happy to have this new resource." Don't miss out! Attend one of the events listed below.

Where is Center for LTC Financing President Stephen Moses?

  • May 22, 2000 - LTC Forum in New Brunswick, NJ
  • June 5, 2000 - Theraphysics in Nashville, TN
  • June 6, 2000 - LTC Forum in Atlanta, GA
  • September 12, 2000 - LTC Forum in King of Prussia, PA
  • September 13, 2000 - Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association in Boston, MA
  • September 18, 2000 - Milliman and Robertson in Washington, DC
  • September 26, 2000 - LTC Forum in Bellevue, WA
  • October 19, 2000 - LTC Forum in Minneapolis, MN
  • November 15-18, 2000 - National LTC Forum in Las Vegas, NV

If you would like to attend one of the LTC Forums (training for LTC insurance agents and brokers) that Stephen Moses will be keynoting, contact Greg Luque at (203) 255-1700 or gluque@optonline.net.

If Stephen is going to be in your area and you would like to schedule time with him or set up media events, contact Stefanie Thune at the Center (877-557-3627 or stefanie@centerltc.com). For a description of sample presentations, go to the Center's web site at www.centerltc.com/speakers.html. Upon request, the Center will customize a presentation to meet the needs of any organization. All programs may be adapted for keynote speeches or breakout sessions.

Due to increased demand and to help support the Center's growing mission, Stephen Moses' honor- arium will increase from $3,500 + expenses to a flat $5,000 for new engagements booked after June 1st. The Center will, however, honor the lower current fee for new engagements scheduled in conjunction with any of Mr. Moses' travel plans listed above. Hurry before your preferred date is gone! Find out why people are calling Stephen Moses "the most dynamic speaker of the conference."