USPTA partners with Rezilient Direct

April 17, 2013

The United States Professional Tennis Association announced the start of apartnership with Rezilient Direct Corporation, giving USPTA-certified members the opportunity to purchase additional health coverage. Rezilient Direct, which is based in Austin, Texas, is one the first companies to offer supplemental health benefits directly online to the consumer.

RezilientDirect’s extensive interactive platform allows customers to enroll and purchase supplemental health insurance within minutes and get covered in as little as 24 hours. They also have a Call and Live Chat center to assist customersthroughout the process.

Rezilient Direct offers four supplemental products in the United States. Their core business is voluntary products such as Cancer, Accident and Heart & Stroke insurance underwritten by American General Life Companies, and Hospitalization insurance underwritten by Heartland National Life Insurance Company. This year they are adding Short-Term Disability, Term Life, Dental and Vision to their portfolio. In addition, Rezilient Directhas an agreement to offer Critical Illness policies through Rezilient Direct Canada, a subsidiary of Rezilient Direct Corporation.

Greg Feste, CEOof Rezilient Direct, stated, “We could not be more excited about our new partnership with the USPTA. I’m deeply impressed with the leadership of John Embree and the entire organization’s concern for the well-being of all their members. We look forward to a long and beneficial relationship as we meet the needs of their members throughout the United States.”

“At a time when our members are looking for tangible and quantifiable benefits for their USPTA membership, Rezilient Direct has come forward with a terrific program to help those professionals who seek a way to help bridge the gap between the medical insurance that they do have and a potential calamity that is not fully covered,” said USPTA CEO John Embree. “With health care being the No. 1 concern amongst our members, here is a program that should make a positive difference.”

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