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Thursday, October 3, 2013

Soliciting Obamacare signups - Colorado Using Scantily-Clad Models, Tenn giving away phones

Models on Tuesday promote insurance exchanges, urging people on the 16th Street Mall to "Get Covered."(John Leyba, The Denver Post)

Promoters and health insurers fanned out with multimedia ads to encourage sign-ups. Colorado HealthOP, a consumer-run cooperative selling insurance plans on the exchange, sent models in skimpy clothing — and sporting signs with information — to greet Denver's 16th Street Mall lunch crowds.

Meanwhile, in Tennessee, via Daily Caller:

Community Health Alliance, Tennessee’s health insurance co-op, is running a unique promotional program to drive enrollment in its plans for sale on the exchange: health insurance in exchange for a smartphone.

As part of its Community Health Connection Program, CHA is offering qualified individuals an LG Lucid 2 4G smart phone (or equivalent model), a phone plan and tech support, included as a cost of their health plan benefits. The phone plan includes unlimited talk, unlimited texting and 1.2GB of data.

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