Posted by Michael Morrongiello on March 28, 2009 at 14:33:16:
A Historic One of a Kind Class
LEARN FROM THE COLLECTIVE WISDOM OF (3) THREE MASTER "Dealmakers"
BAWB is sponsoring a MEGA workshop event here in San Francisco, CA at the end of May.
The 29th, 30th & 31st (this is the weekend after Memorial Day)
BUYING BARGAINS IN TODAY's MARKET
Generating Cash Flow Today and in the Future
Jack Miller, Peter Fortunato, & John Schaub - ALL TOGETHER will be on stage and teaching the class for the first time since 2001.
Don’t know Jack, Peter, or John? – You should. Old Time investors, exchangers, and wheeler dealers -they have been investing in Real Estate for well over 40 years and have gone through many up and down cycles over that time. Their real world educational workshops taught over the years are the standard of excellence by which others should be judged. Many who have taken their advice and followed their teachings have gone on to become extremely successful investors. So many in fact that their past students have dubbed them; “The Millionaire Makers”.
This will be a Historic Class and possibly the FINAL TIME that the three of them will each get to teach together at an event.
The class will focus on a crucial aspect for today's investor to survive and thrive during this economic downturn- CASH FLOW- the lifeblood for any business, especially the Real Estate business. Jack, Pete, and John will focus on a variety of creative ways to generate it NOW and LATER while taking advantage of our current marketplace.
It’s a HIGH QUALITY educational event you, your family, friends, associates and loved ones will greatly benefit from and simply do not want to miss.
For more information about the workshop go to the following link;
Seats will fill FAST for this class – The initial hotel room block is already SOLD OUT – We still have space but Don't Delay – Register Today!
- Re: Miler, Fortunato & Schaub CASH FLOW WORKSHOP in SF Andrew Distad 19:38:25 4/20/2009 (0)
- Re: Don't Miss this One! Tommy Mendano 18:39:45 3/29/2009 (0)
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