LEARN HOW TO GET WHAT YOU WANT FROM YOUR MEDICARE
Find out how to make Medicare work for you!
Come to a FREE learning program near by you, and hear it all now.
Get all the Benefits you want and need, all in one place and at one time.
HEAD’S UP: THE 2020 MEDICARE “ANNUAL ENROLLMENT PERIOD” IS HERE!
v Medicare can work for you! Find out how to get all the benefits you deserve.
v Come to a FREE one hour learning program at a spot near you, and hear everything you need to know about Medicare for 2020.
v Make the most of the Medicare “Annual Enrollment Period” (Oct. 15 – Dec. 7), and learn how to get enrolled for 2020.
v Get FREE personal consultations, and help with enrolling in next year’s benefits.
v Then, get year-round hand’s on assistance to make the program continue working right.
Wednesday, October 23: Golden Corral Restaurant. 10220 E. Washington Street (in front of Washington Square). 10-11 AM or 2-3 PM.
Thursday, October 24: Ivy Tech Community College, Lawrence Branch. 9301 E. 59th Street, Room 144 (at the Fort Harrison Office Park). 10-11 AM or 2-3 PM.
Tuesday, October 29: Ivy Tech Community College, Noblesville Branch. 300 N. 17th Street, classroom #166 (north of McDonald’s). 10-11 AM or 2-3 PM.
Wednesday, October 30 : MCL Cafeteria. 5520 Castleton Corner Lane (82nd and Allisonville). 10-11 AM or 2-3 PM.
Thursday, October 31: The Hotel Broad Ripple. 6510 Westfield Blvd. (on the Monon Trail). 10-11 AM or 2-3 PM.
Do you want to find the Medicare program that’s right for you, that will give you all the benefits you want and need? Here’s a FREE learning program all about this coming near to you, so call now with questions and reservations.
QUESTIONS? Call 317-559-2140
RESERVATIONS? Call 317-559-2140
Reservations will guarantee your seating, and are highly recommended. Hurry, room fills fast! Presented by PERSONAL BENEFITS SERVICE (www.PersBenServ.com) ([email protected]) 9165 Otis Avenue, Suite 225. Indianapolis, IN 46216 (located in Fort Harrison Office Park)
15 years of practical experience, enrolling over a thousand Hoosiers in Medicare programs)