Connect Marketing Hosts Free Lunch Seminar With Eric Buchanan

Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Eric Buchanan
Eric Buchanan

Connect Marketing will be hosting Eric Buchanan as he leads a free lunch seminar for local insurance agents at the DoubleTree Hotel Downtown on Thursday Aug. 7 at 11:30 a.m. The theme will be ‘Helping Insurance Agents Be a Hero to Their Clients’. 

Mr. Buchanan is a local attorney who routinely speaks to insurance groups, HR professionals, and attorney associations around the country on various topics. He will be covering: 

·       Common Issues in Tennessee Disputes and how to avoid them.

·       Purchasing the policy – sales and application process.

·       Application for benefits and coverage problems.

·       Claims – handling and working with ICA.

·       What is ERISA and how can it affect your client?

This will be an informative free lunch-time presentation and there will be time allotted for questions and answers. Seating is limited. Find out more and reserve a seat by calling 505-1014.




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