The plan was to crisscross America from coast to coast giving live presentations intended to educate everyone they could about the value and necessity of the CDHC movement.
Flying up to 100,000 miles per year at their own expense, members of AHV made presentations to Insurance Carriers, Health Underwriter Associations, Chambers of Commerce; to anyone who was listening and wanted to learn more.
The initial results were as expected: Some were optimistic, some were skeptical, and some rejected the concept altogether.
AHV remained committed and continued to educate through face-to-face presentations, advertising, writing articles for publication, and even some good old-fashioned arm twisting. If time is the measure of all things, AHV believed that eventually time would become their ally and the program would become well-received.