A MAN OF HIS WORD
Payson Agent Puts the Needs of Others First
When Colin Logue first started helping locals with their health insurance needs, the industry was much simpler. Recent changes in the last few years have left seniors and families feeling like they are in the dark and over spending for healthcare.
Enter Colin Logue. This local business owner, car enthusiast and humanitarian has committed himself to helping his friends and neighbors understand their options. He is contracted with every health insurance network in Utah County to ensure that his clients get all of the options at the best prices.
“When it comes to understating health insurance, open enrollment is crucial,” says Colin. “During open enrollment, seniors can change Medicare Advantage and prescription drug plans without being denied for pre-existing conditions. Individuals and families needing to sign up for or make changes to health insurance plans can take care of this during Obamacare open enrollment.” Open enrollment for Medicare plans is Oct. 15th thru Dec. 7th. Obamacare open enrollment is Nov. 15th thru Feb. 15th. “Be sure to go over your options during open enrollment, this is generally the only time you can shop around for a better plan,” Colin advises.
Colin makes it easy for residents to benefit from his expertise in the healthcare insurance field. Starting October 1st thru the end of open enrollment, he will have a kiosk in the Payson Smith’s Food & Drug. Individuals can visit him there to get no-pressure answers to any health insurance questions.
Colin has been a prominent figure in the business community. He is the Payson Chamber of Commerce President and he helps keep focus on small business growth. “I take a lot of pleasure from seeing fellow business owners succeed in Payson. The economy is tough, if I can play a small role in helping another business survive, it’s a great feeling,” says Colin.
Besides helping with insurance needs and supporting the small business community, Colin finds more ways to serve. Each year he donates profits from the Onion Day’s car show he and his wife sponsor to the Kiwanis Club, where he is an active member. These funds provide scholarships to local students. Additionally, Colin serves on the planning and zoning board in Elk Ridge, where he lives.
If you need help with your insurance options this year, you can contact Colin at 801-609-8699.
Colin Logue with his wife Shessann, daughter Jackie and son Ashton standing next to their 1958 Corvette.