Ask Blue Shield: Where are my tickets to the 49ers skybox?
If Blue Shield is going to play games with our money, then we are going to play games with them!
The so-called “non-profit” insurance company just bought a $2.5 million luxury skybox at the 49ers' new Levi’s stadium with YOUR health care premiums and tax dollars. There has never been a more blatant example of non-profit health insurers using their tax-exempt status to cheat California patients and taxpayers out of millions of dollars in order to protect their exorbitant profits and buy influence in Sacramento.
Blue Shield claims that their new skybox is for “customer events,” but we aren’t buying it. I mean, have you or any Blue Shield customers received an invitation? I didn’t think so.
But hey, if Blue Shield is going to party in box seats at 49ers games all season using our hard-earned money, we think it’s worth asking for an invite. Don’t you?
Join us and sign on to tell Blue Shield:
“You claim the new 49ers skybox you purchased using my healthcare premiums and taxpayer dollars is for ‘customer events,’ but where’s my invitation? I think I deserve one. Californians have paid enough for your greed already. It’s time to cut the bologna.”
*Your request will be submitted to Blue Shield and the Wall Street Journal.
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