Wyoming Education Association

Winter 2016

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BACK TO SCHOOL | WEAnews 22 Save With Dave NEA Hearing Aid Program David Glenn, NEA Member Benefits Are you or a family member having any difficulties with hearing? Do you find yourself asking someone to repeat themselves? NEA members who purchase through the NEA Hearing Aid Program save an average of $2,000 on a pair of premium, doctor-recommended hearing aids.You may be surprised to learn that a pair of name-brand hearing aids from a local office can range from $5,000 to $7,500. The good news, however, is that your NEA member discount can save you and your loved ones thousands. Open to All NEA Members and their Families You and your immediate family (including parents) are eligible to participate in our discount hearing aid program. Best Doctor-Recommended Brands You can literally save thousands on doctor-recommended models from the most-respected names in the industry like Siemens, Phonak, Widex and others! Professional Local Service A hearing exam, professional local fitting, programming and follow-up care are included with each purchase. Additional NEA Benefits A year's supply of batteries are provided FREE to NEA members. WEA members who make a promise to drive safely will be eligible to win a new car from California Casualty. The year-long Promise to Drive Focused campaign is dedicated to preventing needless tragedies from inattentive or distracted driving. National statistics show as gas prices have dropped, more people are driving more miles, with a subsequent increase in highway crashes, injuries and deaths. While insurance companies can replace property, they can't replace a lost life. Surrounded every day by children, WEA members know all too well how devastating the preventable death of a young person can be. That's why California Casualty is asking members to "make the promise to drive focused," complimenting the efforts of Impact Teen Drivers, a non-profit founded and supported by California Casualty to prevent distracted driving. "Your safety is important to us," said California Casualty Sr. Vice President Mike McCormick. "We appreciate everything you do and we know that your commitment extends beyond school to your home and family." Educators and support staff have a great influence on younger generations. California Casualty is now rewarding one lucky winner with a new Ford Focus* for being a safer driver and setting an example for students and loved ones. WEA members can join the commitment to drive focused and be entered to win at www.DrivingFocused.com. The campaign will run through September 1, 2017. The new car winner will be announced in September or October of 2017. For free evidence-based education materials, please visit Impact Teen Drivers at www.impactteendrivers.org. California Casualty has been endorsed by the Wyoming Education Association since 1987. To learn more about California Casualty, or to request an auto insurance quote, please visit www.calcas.com/WEA or call 1.866.680.5142. *Ford Motor Company is not a participating partner in or sponsor of this contest. Stay Focused: Win a Car from California Casualty

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