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Voluntary Benefits Awareness Program Connects Agents Directly With Qualified Employers


April 4, 2012 - NEW YORK, NY

The Voluntary Benefits Awareness Program (VBAP) is setting up individual appointments in New York City with mid-market employers and needs licensed voluntary benefits agents and brokers to establish and enroll new accounts immediately.

Starting April 17, VBAP call center representatives will call every employer in New York City with 20 to 1,000 employees. Other regions will be targeted each month in 2012.

All licensed voluntary benefits agents and brokers are eligible and there's no cost to sign up -- just a flat rate for each appointment. Participating agents retain all commissions earned by enrolling employees in the voluntary benefits programs.

The opportunity is limited to serve the first 100 agents in the New York City area who register to participate in the program. Additional signups will automatically be placed on a waiting list.

"This is the largest program of its kind ever offered," says Adam Post, VBAP Manager. "We're excited to help voluntary benefits agents grow their businesses by connecting them directly with qualified employers. There's no downside, just great upside." Post has been successfully managing voluntary benefits prospecting programs since 2004.

Licensed agents and brokers can register absolutely free to receive email notices of scheduled appointments through a simple, three-question form at www.vbaware.com/signup. There's no commitment or obligation to sign up.

Participants are notified only when there's a prospect in their geographic area requesting a meeting. The first agent to respond and purchase the opportunity receives the appointment exclusively and immediately by email.

Post emphasized: "For experienced agents who know how to close the deal, the small flat-fee investment for the sales prospect can pay out exponentially with ongoing relationships that grow business. Decisions like that can pay dividends for years."

Each appointment-set represents a prospect interested in discussing what voluntary benefits can do for their employees; it is not a guaranteed account or enrollment.

For free registration visit www.vbaware.com/signup

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For more information:

Adam Post
Volunteer Benefits Awareness Program
TOLL-FREE: (855) 290-4548
Email: vbapdirect@gmail.com

Henry Stimpson
Stimpson Communications
(508) 647-0705
Email: Henry@StimpsonCommunications.com

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