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Pamela John of "ACA Success Stories" & Moms Rising blog on ACA Success Stories!

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The Social Spitball Show

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It started with a woman anxiously awaiting the healthcare.gov site going live.  (As she said) It was like Christmas morning logging on to the healthcare.gov site for the first time.  Pamela Johns was able to sign up on the site, get health insurance through the exchange and saved more than $100 a month in health insurance premiums.  She took to Facebook to share the good news in a status update.  Many friends congratulated her and one friend suggested the idea of creating a page for success stories like hers.

Pamela, along with said friend Bruce Bacon approached Rob Miller about his "ACA Signup Success Stories" page on Facebook.  They agreed to work together to promote his page and get the truth of the "Obamacare" success stories out there amidst the government shutdown and the nasty talk about the troubled launch of healthcare.gov.

Within weeks, the site jumped from 12 likes to 700 likes to now over 10,000 likes on Facebook.

Pamela John, one of the purveyors of the ACA Success Stories truth will be joining us on The Social Spitball Show to talk about some of those stories.  She will also share more about what she, Rob and Bruce are up to with so many others who have jumped in to make this page a success as well.

With the sharing of truth, comes the healing of our nation...quite literally.

Won't you call (646) 478-3349 and press 1 to share your ACA Success Story with Pamela, Barbara Dee, Bram Sarkowski and the listening audience?

This is most certainly a needed conversation.  Let's get this most important conversation going...

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