Modern Woodman expected at Senior Expo
Monday, 24 September 2012 by Ashley Corn
At the Bell County Expo Center on Tues., Sept. 25, the annual Senior Expo will be held. It will feature many business booths that appeal to anyone aged 50 and above.
Among many other booths, Modern Woodman will have a station set up for their second year. They will be there to offer information to seniors on how to get their life insurance, annuity and investment products that are designed for the family market. Their mission statement is, "To improve the quality of life for our members." Which is exactly what the will be doing at the Senior Expo event.
"We truly give a lot back to the community," Cyndi Woytek Financial Representative for Modern Woodman said. "We want to show the seniors that we can help them achieve an income for life based on their assets and benefit greatly from it."
Founded in 1883 in Iowa, Modern Woodman is the oldest non-profit fraternal financial services organization with more than 760,000 members and about 1,500 financial representatives. Every year, fraternals and their members donate millions of dollars and volunteer many hours in various places for good causes. All of the members are connected by a few crucial beliefs, including financial security, quality family life, and an impact on the community. Approximately $26 million goes back to the dedicated members and their communities yearly.
The financial representatives are trained professionals that offer guidance in budgeting, investing, managing debt, purchasing insurance, and much more. They each will help in selecting the life insurance, annuity and investment that is specifically right for you.
They have received an A+ (superior) rating, the second highest of 15 ratings which verifies the strength and security for you and your family with Modern Woodman.
For more information call Cyndi Woytek at (254) 541-2583 or go to www.modern-woodman.org