Our Newest agent was learning all about Medicare, and put together a tune we just call the Medicare Song. Yes, it might be corny, but we try to have a good time.
Here it is:
Also, we are talking to WTVA about recording it with higher audio quality.
You can see the Facebook version with Subtitles on Justin Brock’s page at https://www.facebook.com/login/?next=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fthejustinbrock
Now this might sound a little pitchy, like i'm trying to sell you a line, but this song's for you if you're turning 65 So get out your pad and pencil, to take a few notes We're bout to clear the air on Medicare so everybody knows Part A is automatic at the first of the month It's room and board and a little more and you'll save a bunch And Part B's for goods and services that you might acquire but no need to activate unless you're retired And Part C's not the advantage that you might suppose It's limited on coverage and full of other holes And Part D is necessary The drug plan's are find Or you'll get hit with one percent for the rest of your life Chorus Medicare's confusing there's no doubt about that Won't you give us a shot, see what we've got, we've got your back There's no need to fret y'all, there's no need to fear We wanna help you help yourself that's why we are here We're here to help you save, on your Medicare today. Well if you've done your homework, you've heard about some plans We'll take all of your choices and we'll put em in your hands There's not a whole lot to discuss here, cuz there's really only three No need to overcomplicate, we'll keep it short and sweet Plan F it pays fully, it'll fill all the gaps There's no deductibles and it's all cool, just don't let it lapse And Plan G is the greatest value, despite having to pay But $183 is nothing, compared to what you will save And Plan N is a little different, but it's a whole lot like G Different Flies and Lower Price and a few extra fees Repeat Chorus Twice