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GGCC to Hold “Affordable Care Act” Seminar

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The Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce (GGCC) will host a seminar on the Affordable Care Act for its members and the community on Tuesday, February 11th at 8:00am at the Highlands at Germantown, 20260 Goldenrod Lane in Germantown.

It's 2014 and the Affordable Care Act is HERE! Join us at our "Affordable Care Act" Seminar and get in the "know".

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) that President Barack Obama signed into law on March 23, 2010 is now in effect. Most U.S. citizens and legal residents are required to have health insurance.
This seminar will update you on requirements and the status of the ACA for businesses; and guaranteed to be informative. Come and discover what employers need to know. What you need to know. This seminar is tailored for small groups, large groups and you! Open to the entire community.

The speakers are Lisa Jolles, President of Jolles Insurance, Brad Mainster of Becca Jenkins Insurance & Financial Services and a representative from the Maryland Health Exchange.
Sponsorships are available.

Tickets are $30 for GGCC Members & $40 for Non-Members. This is a plated breakfast.

Seating is limited - Register today at http://goo.gl/QFXeDm.

GGCC is active in providing business-to-business networking opportunities throughout the year: a collective voice in local, regional, and state legislative affairs, professional development opportunities and other services that enhance the business environment.

The GGCC is located at 910 Clopper Road, Suite 205N, Gaithersburg, MD. To learn more about the GGCC visit us at www.ggchamber.org. Find us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gaithersburg-Germantown-Chamber-of-Commerce/64339954570. Follow them on Twitter at @GGCCNEWS.

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