LTC Bullet:  Schedule 2002 Programs Now

Wednesday  October 24, 2001


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Now is the time to start scheduling the Center for Long-Term Care Financing's popular Speakers Bureau and LTC Academy programs for 2002.  (See and for details.)

These programs are a great way to bring LTC insurers, providers and their prospects together in an educational forum that often leads to new business and customer relationships. 

Our educational programs also help to support the Center financially so we can keep bringing you LTC Bullets and the speeches, reports, statistics, and analysis on 

We encourage LTC insurance agents, brokers or carriers and assisted living facilities, nursing homes and all LTC-related trade associations to sponsor these sessions. 

It takes time to arrange for continuing education credits for LTCI agents or LTC providers, so plan now for events in 2002.

Properly organized, these programs can pay for themselves from the fees paid by attendees.  Organizers receive terrific publicity and make invaluable business contacts.

There is no better way for you to improve your own business, perform a valuable public service, and help "Save the Center" all at once.

Let's get this show on the road for 2002.  Call or email Amy Marohn, Director of Development and Marketing, at 425-467-6840, ext. 4 or

Go to …. for a quick overview of the single most popular program we did this year.  It's three hours long as described, but we can adapt it to fit any time frame, adding features to fill a full day or compressing material into an hour or two.

Now, let's go spread the good word together.