Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas held a Countdown to Coverage Health Care Enrollment and Wellness Fair event that provided many people the opportunity to buy health insurance. It was our goal to help clear any concerns that seemed difficult about the process of buying health insurance by giving attendees the opportunity to sit down one-on-one with our Blue Cross and Blue Shield team. They could ask questions to better learn about the best health insurance plans available to themselves and their families – assistance was provided in both Spanish and English. Additionally, everyone had access to free flu shots, medical screenings, and fresh produce. If you’re looking to buy health insurance in person, you can come to one of our upcoming events! The dates and locations are below and we hope to see you there!
Saturday, December 6Houston, TX--Find your pictures--
Saturday, December 139:00am to 3:00pmFair Park—Embarcadero Building1229 Admiral Nimitz CircleDallas, TX--Find your pictures--
Saturday January 249:00am to 3:00pmChancellors Family Center6535 Dumfries DriveHouston, TX
Saturday, January 319:00am to 3:00pmFair Park—Embarcadero Building1229 Admiral Nimitz CircleDallas, TX
Meanwhile, follow our conversations at #EnrollYouTX on Twitter where you will find pictures and additional highlights about these events and see stories from the community about why it’s important to buy health insurance.
Hope to see you there!
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