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January 29, 2014

On January 29, NFL player and Super Bowl veteran Donte Stallworth along with more than 50 dancers from Pace University gathered in Central Park for a flash mob designed to educate around the Affordable Care Act. Watch the video below to see what happened:

TWEET about it! 
Tweet: #SuperBowl vet @DonteStallworth+50 dancers in NYC= #RockEnroll flash mob. Check it out: #GetCovered via @genprogress

All of the young dancers participated in the flash mob because they support the Afordable Care Act and many of them personally have or will benefit from the Affordable Care Act.  In partnership with Generation Progress, the flash mob was designed to help educate others about how the law will benefit them. After the flash mob, navigators spoke with bystanders to make sure they had the information they needed to pick a health plan that fits their needs. The deadline to sign up for coverage is March 31.

To learn more about getting covered and options, visit Tell A Friend and Get Covered.


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