Jesse R. Slome is one of the nation’s leading experts in the field of insurance marketing and sales.
Slome is founder and Executive Director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance [www.AALTCI.org] the national association serving insurance and financial professionals who market critical illness financing solutions.
An award-winning marketer, Slome has been recognized for directing publicity for the introduction of the Cabbage Patch Kids dolls and for highly successful marketing campaigns developed for leading national companies.
The organization, established in 1998 is responsible for creating Long-Term Care Awareness Month the largest organized program in support of LTC sales.
The former Director of Marketing for Transamerica and general manager for Aetna’s retirement plans division, Slome is frequently quoted in leading national industry and business publications including Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fortune, Money, Time and Kiplinger’s. He appears frequently as an industry expert on radio and television. Slome has earned both the CLU and ChFC designations.
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Critical Illness is a Real Risk
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The American Association for Critical Illness Insurance is the nation’s leading source for information on critical illness protection. Jesse Slome, Executive Director of the organization…Listen
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Long Term Care: One of the Greatest Risks We Face
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