GREATEST ROCK BAND IN THE WORLD PROVES THAT LIFE IS ABOUT ATTITUDE
ALLIANCE HIT THE ROAD AGAIN WITH THE ROLLING STONES
When you’re on the road for three months with the greatest rock band in the world — meeting nearly one million concertgoers and over 24 million fans online — you get a front-row seat to see how Americans planning for retirement are living life to the fullest.
As the sole sponsor of the 2021 Rolling Stones tour, the Alliance for Lifetime Income made protected income the opening act to the legends of rock and showed you how annuities can help protect your retirement by giving you shelter from the ups and downs of the markets.
Our thanks to the millions of Stones fans for sharing stories about your dreams, fears and plans for retirement. Hopefully, along the way, you learned a little from us about how annuities can help give you the freedom to live the life you want.
St. Louis Exhibit – Welcome Table
St. Louis Exhibit – Spin and Win Stones Trivia
St. Louis Exhibit – This is What An Annuity Can Do for You
Like the Stones, you’re probably living the next chapter in life with excitement and newfound energy as we come out of the pandemic. Maybe that means getting back to your bucket list and embracing adventures like climbing a mountain halfway across the world or doing the simple things like camping in the backyard with the grandkids. And this fall, it might have been crossing an epic rock concert off your bucket list.
Whatever your passion, it all starts with having a retirement plan that includes protected income, an essential foundation to not outliving your money and living the life you want in retirement. That begins with “checking off the basics,” to ensure you have enough protected income to cover your essential expenses in retirement. With your basics covered, you’ll have the freedom to use the rest of your savings to check off those amazing things you want to pursue on your bucket list.
MANAGING RISK FOR ROCK LEGENDS — AND HIMSELF
After 40 years touring with rock bands, Dale “Opie” Skjerseth has seen — and experienced — just about anything that can go wrong. Opie knows that while excitement is pretty much guaranteed in his line of work, a paycheck isn’t always a sure thing.