Reducing Prescription Medication Costs is Focus of National Benefit Builders Inc. 2nd Annual Conference

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NBBI’s Free Community Assistance Program has Saved Participants over $225 on Prescription Drugs

The conference is an important aspect to our extensive training program and also has an important impact on the success of the CAP Program. - NBBI’s President Kevin Faherty

Through National Benefit Builders Inc.’s (NBBI) free Community Assistance Program (CAP), U.S. prescription drug users have saved more than $225 million since 2009 on prescription drugs. Representatives from all over the country held their first conference last October to focus on educating consumers on how to take advantage of significant savings on their prescription medications. Since that conference, the number of Community Assistance Program users has risen by 20%. National Benefit Builders Inc. is hosting their second annual conference to allow representatives from across the U.S. to collaborate and strategize on how to distribute the free prescription discount cards to the people who need them most and educate them on how to use the cards to maximize savings.

The four day event will be held October 18 – 21, 2012 in Savannah, Georgia. The event will focus on the topics of “overcoming the disbelief the discount card is too good to be true” and “how to distribute and reach consumers whose primary language is not English.” The goal is to make prescription medication affordable for all Americans. Through the use of the CAP Program, NBBI hopes to reach more than $300 million in consumer savings before the end of the year. The program is designed to assist uninsured and underinsured Americans who need prescription medication to maintain health, but often have to go without or choose between food and medication because they can’t afford both.
“The conference is an important aspect to our extensive training program and also has an important impact on the success of the CAP Program,” said NBBI’s President Kevin Faherty. “Representatives will get the chance to work together and share ideas on how to get the discount card to the people that need it most. These efforts result in large numbers of people saving significant amounts of money on their prescription medications.”

About NBBI’s Community Assistance Program

The Community Assistance Program is an outreach program of National Benefits Builders, Inc., a NJ-based business holding the highest Better Business Bureau rating. The card, available in more than 30 languages, is designed to help the uninsured and underinsured the most, but anyone who pays full price for any FDA-approved medication can receive a discount, even on medications not covered by their insurance and regardless of age or income. The card is permanent, and has no expiration date and saves the user up to 80% on prescription medications (the average savings for brand name drugs is 15% and 55% for generic drugs). The card is accepted at 80% of pharmacies in the U.S. and its territories, (Puerto Rico, The Virgin Islands and Guam). To request a free discount RX card, anyone who pays full price for any FDA-approved medication can contact: Trudy Trowers at 888-311-6224, ext. 100.

About National Benefit Builders, Inc.

Established in 1994, NBBI is an industry leader in marketing and distributing discount networks throughout the United States. The major networks include International Healthcare, dental, vision and prescription drugs. Products include: Community Assistance Program, Dentachoice, GapAfford, Lifestyles, Medafford Global and many more national networks. The easy-to-use products help increase the affordability of healthcare to hundreds of thousands of people nationwide. For more information about NBBI and its operations nationwide, visit

For media requests, please contact Michael Attardo, VP Administration and Special Projects at 888-311-6224 x 115 or mattardo(at)nbbicard(dot)com.

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