CEO of Two Inc. 500/5000 Companies: "I Built That AND That"

AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Inc. magazine's recently named and SCBN Prescription Advocacy as Inc. 500/5000 companies in the magazine's annual list of the fastest growing private companies in America and the CEO of both companies believes that his companies and the other 4998 companies on the Inc. list embody the exceptional drive of American entrepreneurs.

"Though we are honored to have both of our companies recognized among America's fastest growing companies for revenue growth and job creation," said Brandon Todd, CEO of both companies. "We are continually saddened by the diminishing opportunities given us in America due to never-ending, burdensome regulation and a President that tells us that the government is more responsible for our success than us and our employees."

Having both companies make the list, Todd said, "Mr. President, WE DID BUILT THAT…. AND THAT! Furthermore we did it DESPITE, not BECAUSE OF a government that constantly gets in our way, adding zero value but taking more and more of our attention and money. It's sad to think what we could have accomplished if we had a government, and a President, that worked with us rather than against us or, better yet, just got out of the way and let us create value for our customers and jobs for Americans."

Insuraprise, Inc., DBA, a nationwide senior health insurance brokerage located in Austin, TX, serves Medicare recipients by providing online and agent-assisted shopping of multiple top-rated Medicare Supplement providers. Medigap360's low price guarantee ensures that people on Medicare receive the lowest possible rates available from the provider's offered plans.

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About Select Care Benefits Network, Inc.
Select Care Benefits Network, Inc., DBA SCBN Prescription Advocacy, a professional Patient Advocacy Program based in Austin, TX, was founded in 2002 to assist lower income patients with their medications and serve as a single point of access to over 270 Patient Assistance Programs. For often as low as $25 per medication, per month, SCBN provides patient advocacy for ongoing care, plus case management for processing applications and managing renewals. In just over ten years serving as an advocate for the health of low income Americans, SCBN has helped 30,000 patients receive over $250 million in free or low-cost medicine.

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