AMAC Obamacare Video Goes Viral

Tens of thousands of unique visitors watching workers get news of rate and deductible hikes –

 WASHINGTON, DC, Jan 31 – A new Obamacare video on the Web site of the Association of Mature American [] has gone viral, boosting visits to the site to record levels.

“It attracted 22,000 unique visitors to our site in just a few hours after the story was posted yesterday afternoon.  This morning, we’re seeing visitors logging on to watch the video at an incredible rate of 600 to 800 per minute.  By noon today we’ve already had more than 28,000 hits,” according to Dan Weber, president of AMAC, a senior advocacy group.

“The televised news report ‘Employees in Pennsylvania Company Learn of Increased Health Costs Due to Obamacare’ shows workers getting the news that their health care premiums and deductibles will skyrocket this year as a result of Obamacare.  The bad news was hard to take and demonstrates the negative impact the law is having in the workplace—particularly at small businesses,” he said.


NOTE TO EDITORS: Dan Weber is available for telephone interviews on this issue.  Editors and reporters may contact John Grimaldi by phone at 917-846-8485 or via email at [email protected] to set up a call.


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