Whenever we hear the word “Medicare” many of our minds go directly to someone 65 or older, but they aren’t the only Medicare Beneficiaries. In fact, more than 9.1 Million of the 44 million Americans who rely on Medicare are actually younger than 65 years old. Joining us to discuss Medicare eligibility due to disability and finding the right healthcare coverage for those individuals is Luke Stecker from Great Lakes Medicare, a Sovereign Select approved agent. Luke Stecker and Great Lakes Medicare Solutions is hosting 3 "Road to Medicare" seminars this month in our area: Friday, March 13 at NSeven Coffee in Grafton (1307 Wisconsin Ave) at 10am Saturday, March 14 at Sovereign Select in Brookfield (2505 N 124th St, Suite 115) at 10am Friday, March 20 at O&H Bakery in Racine (5910 Washington Ave) at 10am These events are educational only; no sales activities or materials will be present. For more information, call (262) 358-8734 or visit GLmedicaresolutions.com . You may be directed to a licensed insurance agent. Great Lakes Medicare Solutions is an independent insurance agency offering a wide array of insurance products from many different companies. With over 30 insurance companies products to choose from we offer health, life, long term care, dental, and specialize specifically in Medicare Supplements, Medicare Advantage plans, and Part D Prescription drug plans. We are able to custom fit individuals with an insurance program that best meets their specific needs. Call 262-358-8734 or email email@example.com for more information.
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