ClaimLinx to Attend Mt. Washington Valley Business Expo

ClaimLinx is getting out and getting involved.

On Monday, June 1, our staff will be participating in the 17th annual Mt. Washington Valley Business Expo.

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Along with people from 90 other local businesses, Claimlinx President, Christy Quigley, and Marketing and Communications Manager, Whitney Faber, will be showcasing the benefits of alternative methods of buying health insurance.

We encourage local clients to come to the event to see our staff as well as enjoy the show. We will have games and plenty of summer promotional items to go around at booth #11.

The event focuses on networking, mentoring, encouraging local commerce and hosting quality educational workshops. Though it is not attending by thousands, it boasts a smaller, more serious attendance with a specific purpose. It’s a great opportunity to mix and mingle with local business owners, presidents or other executives.

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ClaimLinx will be there presenting its solution for buying better benefits at a lower cost. We hope to see some of our clients and members there too!

ClaimLinx Tees Off at Fairways for Airways Event

ClaimLinx is getting out and getting involved.

This month, our staff participated in the 4th annual Fairways for Airways Celebrity Golf Classic to benefit the Jovante Woods Foundation.

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National Business Consultant, Tom Quigley, played in the tournament along with a local client and Benefits Consultants Andrew Cutter and Ken Kavensky.

As a hole sponsor, the Claimlinx staff also enjoyed playing with local celebrity and professional poker player Bill Kohler.

Proceeds from the event went towards the Jovante Woods Foundation to help fund research for asthma and raise awareness about the disease in the community.

Cincinnati Bengals star fullback Ickey Woods started the foundation after his son died at 16 years old from complications following an asthma attack.

It’s estimated about 6.8 million children and 18.7 million adults in America have asthma. It also accounts for 1.8 million visits to the emergency room each year, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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The foundation aims to fund research to find ways to better manage or cure the disease. A primary focus is also to bring more attention to its dangers, as asthma attacks can be fatal without the proper care or treatment.

Donate to the Jovante Woods Foundation now to help the cause.

Honor National Blood Donor Month By Saving A Life

Every two seconds in the United States, someone is in need of blood. That means more than 41,000 blood donations are needed every day in order to keep up with demand.

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But every year blood donations dip during the winter months because of holidays, illness and inclement weather. Particularly in January, blood donations are in short supply. That’s why this month has been designated as National Blood Donor Month.

You can help others by donating your blood as long as you are at least 17 years old, in good health and weigh at least 110 pounds. Donating with the American Red Cross is easy. Find a local chapter locationblood drive or donation center today and book your appointment.

Before you go to your appointment, just remember to:

  — Have a healthy, low-fat meal

  — Hydrate with at least an extra 16 oz of liquid

  — Maintain a healthy level of iron in your diet

  — Bring a valid form of ID

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There are a lot of benefits to donating blood, like the free cookies and juice and the “I give blood” sticker you get to wear afterwards. The best part, though, is you can feel great knowing you helped save a life.