Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Transform Your Business in a Weekend! Sign Up for Fall and Winter Sessions at the Small Business Camp!

I was able to get my mentor and friend, Andrew Morrison, to offer subscribers of Our Keep it Real... Profitable Ezine a $400 discount off his upcoming Small Business Camp from Friday October 15th to Sunday, October 17th. Shhh! Don't share this with your friends! Andrew's other clients are paying as much as $995 for the same seminar. Your cost is only $595.

Imagine being able to spend a weekend working on a computer to actually create and launch proven marketing concepts. Direct-mail postcards, websites and sales kits are just a few of the items you can leave with. You also receive 90 days of follow-up coaching to ensure that you stay on the right track. This brother is so confident that he even offers a money- back guarantee if you fail to make back your investment within 90 days after the seminar. For more information visit www.SmallBusinessCamp.com

Andrew Morrison has helped hundreds of business owners to uncover low-cost and high-impact marketing strategies. He received the Young Direct Marketer of the Year Award and appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show.

Don't allow the cost to prevent you from attending the Small Business Camp weekend program. He's willing to work with you to create a payment plan based upon your increased cash flow. Send Andrew an e-mail at andrew@90dayplan.com or give him a call at 914-633-0725.

Here are the dates for the Camps:

Small Business Camp - Philadelphia
Friday, October 15th (6pm-8pm)
Saturday, October 16th (10am-8pm)
Sunday, October 17th (2pm-7pm)

Small Business Camp - New York
Friday October 22nd (7pm -9pm)
Saturday, October 23rd (9am-9pm)
Sunday, October 24th (2pm-7pm)

Visit www.90dayplan.com/events.htm to learn
more about his upcoming events.

Don't sleep on this opportunity. Andrew is for real!
What he's done for others, he can also do for you!

I personally recommend the Small Business Camp because I have made my money back more than 3-fold from the strategies and concepts taught in his training course.

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