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Lohengrin Group Announces Bold New Product Line
Date:10/18/2007

BATON ROUGE, La., Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Edward Clarke of Lohengrin Group announced today that the company has formed a new strategic partnership with Global Medical Insurance, to offer a product line exceptional in the south Louisiana area.

This partnership allows Lohengrin Group to offer health insurance to foreign workers assisting in the rebuilding of Louisiana, foreign nationals living here in the state, and American citizens traveling abroad. Health insurance can be difficult to obtain for any of these groups.

"This service is a great competitive advantage for us, and a great asset to employers, especially in the hospitality and construction industries, who have large numbers of foreign born workers," said Clarke. "This will allow them to offer a useful and valuable employee benefit, and we can show the employer and employee how it will be of benefit to them both," he went on to say. "The employee gets a benefit we all agree we need, and the employer will get increased employee loyalty."

The company has also invested heavily in the development of Spanish-language forms and Spanish-speaking staff to serve this market.

American citizens traveling abroad can also use this new line, assuring them of access to medical care, and even transportation home for treatment, if they become ill in a foreign country, through medical evacuation and repatriation benefits. "This can be absolutely invaluable for executives or missionaries in various parts of the world," said Clarke. The service can even be put in place for short-term trips overseas.

Lohengrin Group is a financial services company headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and with offices in New Orleans as well. The company has grown consistently since its founding in 1996, and continues to add new products and services to maintain its competitive advantage in the financial field.

Lohengrin Group can be contacted at 888-6INVEST, or on the web at http://www.lohengringroup.com


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