If you are a Kodak retiree who missed Friday's MVP sessions, don't worry there are more scheduled for this weekend and next week.
"Parking lot is full another meeting at 11am," shouted a security guard who was directing traffic.
The 9 and 11 am meetings at the Holiday Inn near Rochester's airport filled quickly.
MVP hired someone to direct traffic after last week's meetings caused traffic backups and some tempers to flare.
The company also asked retirees to register ahead of time.
"I registered for the 9 o'clock but because I got here early, I got to go to the early bird meeting," said Marie Herbert.
More than 500 retirees packed into a conference room at the hotel.
There were smaller sessions held in other rooms as overflow.
"People were there to answer the questions that I had very understanding to us and our situation," said Bill Herbele, a Kodak retiree.
MVP represents tens of thousands of retirees who will lose their insurance - paid for by Kodak -at the end of the year.
They are providing Medicare-eligible retirees with options for extended health coverage.
The other Kodak MVP meetings are as follows:
Burgundy Basin in Pittsford at 10 am on Saturday, November 10.
First Bible Baptist Church at 8 am, 11 am, and 2 pm in Hilton on Monday, November 12.
To register for any meeting call MVP's dedicated Kodak service line at: 1-888-325-7791.
The line is open from 8 am to 8 pm, seven days a week.