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The ASCII Group Partners with Association Health Programs to Counter Rising Health Insurance Costs
Date:12/16/2008

BETHESDA, Md., Dec. 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The ASCII Group, Inc. (ASCII), the nation's oldest and most established community of independent computer resellers, has announced a partnership with Association Health Programs (AHP) in Overland Park, KS to help ASCII members reduce the cost of health insurance. The program will provide ASCII members with the lowest possible rates with a comprehensive health insurance program for individuals, families, groups, and businesses.

Doug Young, Vice President of Membership of ASCII, remarked, "Health insurance costs continue to skyrocket, and it affects every ASCII member. We are constantly striving to help our members' businesses, and we expect that they will realize savings of up to 40% with our AHP program. In tough economic times where every dollar matters, we are excited to help our members lower their cost of doing business."

Stuart Pase, President of AHP, said, "We are pleased to be able to partner with ASCII. Over the last 19 years we have worked with over 130 associations with up to two million members. Taking into account ASCII's long history, it only makes sense that our companies work together to provide the ASCII members with access to our buying power. We are confident that we will make a significant difference in the health care costs of these resellers."

About The ASCII Group, Inc. (ASCII)

The ASCII Group, Inc., headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, was established in 1984, with additional offices in Canada, India, and the UK. ASCII is the largest paying community of independent computer resellers in the world with more than 2,000 members and system wide end-user sales of approximately $10.5 billion. ASCII provides technology tools, products and services to assist independent information technology resellers increase profits, reduce costs, and grow their respective businesses. The Company can be reached at (800) 394-2724, or at www.ascii.com.

About Association Health Programs (AHP)

Association Health Programs, established in 1991, is headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas. AHP designs and recommend products to meet the insurance needs of over 180 associations, and constantly searches industry sources for products that meet stringent association insurance standards. The Company can be reached at (888) 450-3040 or at www.associationpros.com.


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