Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out The Hot Flashes, a comedy about an unlikely basketball team of unappreciated middle-aged Texas women, all former high school champs, who challenge the current arrogant high school girls’ state champs to raise money for breast cancer prevention. Sparks fly as the women go to comic extremes to prove themselves on and off the court, become a national media sensation, and gain a new lease on life. One of only 10 cities in the US getting a preview of the movie, Oklahoma City residents can enjoy a sneak peek at AMC at Quail Springs Mall today through July 18. It stars Brooke Shields, Darryl Hannah, Virgina Madsen, Camryn Manheim, Wanda Sykes, Eric Roberts and Mark Povinelli. American Fidelity CEO and Tulsa Shock owner Bill Cameron supported the production of the movie because of its focus on breast cancer awareness and the positive message to young women about sports. American Fidelity provides Limited Benefit Cancer Insurance to help with some of the costs of cancer. The Hot Flashes helps raise awareness about breast cancer and the importance of mammography, issues important to American Fidelity and our Customers. One lucky AFA Customer won a role as an extra in the movie. A Drama teacher at Classen School for Advanced Studies, Michael Payne fittingly plays a teacher and achieved a lifelong dream of meeting Brooke Shields. The experience now gives him a real-life experience on a movie set to share with his students. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy the show this weekend!
When you visit AmericanFidelity.com, that sentence greets you. But what does that really mean?
“50 years of experience”
Let’s start with the easy part – American Fidelity began in 1960. We have a long history of financial stability, which is important because we provide financial security to our Customers – and our Colleagues.
“protecting families like yours”
American Fidelity provides products and services that help families and individuals protect their income and save for their future.
“providing voluntary supplemental life and health insurance plans”
We offer supplemental insurance, which means insurance that supplements your major medical coverage. For example, our disability income insurance pays a percentage of your salary if you become disabled. Our cancer insurance policies provide additional coverage in case you’re diagnosed with a covered cancer – it may cover medical costs that aren’t covered by your major medical plan or help with travel expenses for treatment.
“through your employer”
American Fidelity partners with employers to provide benefits to their employees. For example, we serve many school districts throughout the U.S. and offer our services to employees of those school districts. We also work with auto dealerships and associations, health care facilities and municipalities.
What other questions do you have about American Fidelity? Let us know in the comments!
One of the great aspects of working at American Fidelity is that we get to help provide financial protection to our Customers through our products and services. One of those products is disability income insurance, which can help protect your income if you become disabled and are unable to work. In honor of Disability Awareness Month, I want to share some information with you about this product.
According to the Council for Disability Awareness, one in four of today’s 20-year-olds will become disabled before they retire and more than 37 million Americans are classified as disabled, comprising 12 percent of the total population. If you became disabled, how would you pay your bills while you are unable to work?
While your medical insurance may cover the medical bills and your employer must allow you unpaid leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act, neither of these sources will provide you with income if you become disabled. It can take time to qualify for and receive Social Security Disability benefits and those typically do not provide you with the level of income you earned prior to your disability.
Disability income insurance can help protect your income by paying a percentage of your salary if you become disabled. Our founder believed that the most important asset any of us have is our ability to earn a living. He wanted to provide a product that allowed working people to help protect that ability. Today, we provide disability income insurance to our own Colleagues at no charge to them because of this legacy.
Have you or a loved one had to use disability income insurance – or wish you had? Let us know in the comments!
Want to help others protect their incomes? Apply now to join the American Fidelity family!