Transporting1 is dedicated to providing Independent and Home-Based Entrepreneurs the advice, training, and information necessary to start a successful Transportation Business.
January 14, 2013 (Newswire.com) - The U.S. economy is still fighting its way back from a massive economic downturn, and more and more people are being laid off... and "driven," quite literally, to seek flexible, alternative employment: Transporting1 (http://www.transporting1.com/) is helping independent and home-based entrepreneurs define a new and often-times lucrative road to success.
According to Christopher Duncan, longtime private transportation business operator and visionary behind the Transporting1 success, "Someone, somewhere will always need transportation. This means the transportation industry is recession-proof, and will always be in high demand."
Many who use private transportation businesses are people who need rides to medical appointments or physical therapy sessions, cannot rely on family or friends to drive them, or are simply unable to drive themselves.
Duncan promises that if his private transportation business start-up kit is purchased, anyone can start a transportation business without needing to jump through hidden hoops or learn complicated sales techniques. "If you have a vehicle, driver's license, computer with Internet access, car insurance, and a phone, you can operate a successful private transportation company," he explains.
Whether the business is being started for supplemental income or a fresh new start, Transporting1 promises to provide the necessary advice, training, and contact information to become a success story, like Susan Cummings from Evanston, IL. In an online testimonial, Cummings comments: "I went through a divorce and was a homemaker for most of my life. I always wanted to start a business but didn't know how or where to start. Transporting1 takes out the leg work [sic] and really gives you a sure success plan. Now I currently gross 4K a month and only work 25 hours a week."
Featured on "This Week in America with Ric Bratton," the Transporting1 start-up kit comes with a manual, which includes contact information for private transportation in the entrepreneur's area and step-by-step instruction on how to grow and maintain a private transportation business. The kit also comes with an instructional CD with secrets and advice on how to make the business grow and prosper. The start-up kit usually arrives within three to seven days of purchase.
For more information or to order a Transporting1 start-up kit, visit the company website (http://www.transporting1.com/).