"There has never been a better time to get into this lucrative business, than it is now," says Christopher Duncan, the master-mind behind TRANSPORTING1, which is being hailed by unemployment experts as the best recession proof business.
January 2, 2013 (Newswire) -
TRANSPORTING1... Hails As Best Recession Proof Business!
"There has never been a better time to get into this lucrative business, than it is now," says Christo-pher Duncan, the master-mind behind TRANSPORTING1, which is being hailed by unemployment experts as the best recession proof business.
TRANSPORTING1 start-up kit, which offers the unemployed a smart way to make money transporting client to medical appointment, is a complete package of everything an individual needs to know about starting and running their own private transportation business. The package includes a startup manual, Instruction CD, and contact information for the companies. "The package leaves nothing out, it will give you all the answers, not just leave you with a lot of questions," says Christopher Duncan, owner of TRANSPORTING1. According to Mr. Duncan, the package includes:
Everything a person needs to know about the business, from starting your business with almost little to no money.
• Step by step instructions on how to do every aspect of the business at the very highest level, all the easy to use formulas a person will ever need, and most importantly, how and where he or she can get clients.
• "Yes, this package does include a complete list of where you get the clients for your area. Knowing who to contact is certainly a big part of being successful in this business and we give that to you," adds Mr. Duncan, who notes further that their contact list is applicable and will work in all 50 States.
Saying that anyone can get into this TRANSPORTING1 business is an understatement, as according to Mr. Duncan, it can regardless of sex, race, or national origin. Duncan believes that anyone who is not afraid of a little hard work can get into this business. Best of all, he says, people usually only need two or three good clients to keep them busy, as all clients' information is provided by the contracting company. "You do not work for the clients they are your work," notes Mr. Duncan.
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