ALPHARETTA, GA -- (Marketwire) -- 10/22/12 -- American Seniors Association Holding Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: AMSA) ("ASA") announced today that they have formed American Seniors Advocates, a Virginia based 501 (c)(4) non-profit organization that will be the National public policy and media voice for ASA Members and our nation's seniors.
American Seniors Advocates is created for the purpose of giving ASA and its membership a national voice in the development of public policy on the issues of Social Security, Medicare and tax reform.
"The creation of this allied nonprofit is the next big step in ensuring ASA represents the interest of our nation's seniors," said Phil Kent, American Seniors Association Holding Group's CEO. "American Seniors Advocates will have the ability to make news and shape public policy that benefits our membership and our nation."
The nonprofit is currently in the final-stages of negotiations to retain a prominent national conservative spokesperson with highly credible credentials in the national media and within Washington political and public policy circles.
About American Seniors Association
ASA is committed to making sure that America's seniors have the choices, information, and services they need to live healthier, wealthier lives. ASA provides its members with access to Medicare insurance, auto insurance, prescription discounts, Banking, travel and auto club services and other benefits that enhance the quality of life for the nation's seniors. To learn more, visit www.americanseniors.org.
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