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Los Angeles, CA, October 19, 2016 –(PR.com)– The special discount, available for first time exhibitors attending the 2017 National Medicare Supplement Insurance / Senior Insurance Products Summit, expires October 31 according to conference organizers.

"The exhibit hall is approaching sell out status but we are honoring the discount for first time exhibitors," states Jesse Slome, director of the American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance, the conference organizers. The event takes place April 11-13, 2017 at the Sheraton downtown hotel in Dallas, TX.

"We expect 400 to 500 insurance agents will attend the free day for agents and over 500 registrants for the national Medicare Supplement conference," Slome predicts. The 2016 national Med Supp conference had over 525 attendees and several hundred agents attending the free day in Kansas City.

The 2017 conference will have some 70 exhibitors representing insurance companies, distributors and those companies that offer leads to agents as well as technology solutions. "This is an outstanding event and the exhibit hall stays open all day to maximize the interaction between attendees and exhibitors," Slome explains.

Complete information regarding the conference can be accessed via the Association's website at www.medicaresupp.org or call the organization at 818-597-3205 to request the 2017 exhibitor package.

The Association notes that the first timer discount of 10 percent applies to the fee for the exhibit booth with one registrant and the discount applies to companies that confirm their intent to participate by October 31, 2016.

Contact Information:
American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance
Jesse R. Slome
818-597-3205
Contact via Email
www.medicaresupp.org

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