Look Out for the New Sams/Hockaday Billboards This Annual Enrollment Period (AEP)!

Look Out for the New Sams/Hockaday Billboards This Annual Enrollment Period (AEP)!

As the fall Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) for Medicare approaches, our family here at Sams/Hockaday wants to remind new and existing clients that we can help!

The Annual Enrollment Period lasts from October 15-December 7, and during this time, you can make changes to your Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plans.

Look out for two new Sams/Hockaday billboards promoting our Medicare Part D prescription drug plan comparisons as well as our general assistance with your Medicare and retirement plans.

Here at Sams/Hockaday, our experienced, local agents know Medicare very well and enjoy educating our community. On almost every occasion, our agents can save you money on your Medicare plan without sacrificing the benefits you've come to love.

We Know Medicare! Start Saving Today.

We love a little humor, so we hope you chuckle at our Medicare Part D drug plan billboard! Many don't realize that their drug plan will change year after year, so be sure to call us and ask for a drug comparison! We'll make sure you don't experience higher out of pocket costs.

DRUGS! Now that we have your attention, save money on your Part D drug plan.

One billboard is a few hundred feet from Huff Lumber going northbound. The other billboard is on St Route 51 across from the Brettwood Village Kroger also going northbound.

Be sure to reach out to us at 217-423-8000 or schedule an appointment using our online scheduling system!

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Whether your premiums change or not, there's a good chance that the medications covered by your plan change yearly. Let us help you choose the best plan.

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Disclaimer: We do not offer every plan available in your area. Currently we represent 4 organizations which offer 41 products in your area. Please contact, 1‑800‑MEDICARE, or your local State Health Insurance Program to get information on all of your options. Not connected with or endorsed by the United States government or the federal Medicare program.