Path to retirement in 3 – 5 years with about $5 million in your hands

3 Aug

I do not deal in pipe dreams — I only deal with reality.  

            “Franchise” opportunity in MOST U.S. markets …. The person in the Chicago area who joined recently had a sale immediately that earned him $3,000 and he has a presentation later the following week to a Fire Department in his “Franchise” territory that will net him roughly $33,000.

IA, IL, OH and SC are taken, with AZ being looked at closely by someone who said he wants AZ and CO.  The parent company will help more than you can imagine, and ONLY those who want to work their “Franchise” and build it so they can retire comfortably in 3 – 5 years will fit for this opportunity.

 

            Let’s talk for a few minutes.  Anyone even slightly interested owes it to themselves to at least talk — 602.482.0017

 

            The “Franchisee” should make at least $250k on what they sell and the 1099 people they hire should make $50k – $150k,. depending on how motivated they are.  1099 Reps are typically paid 1/3 of the commission while the “Franchisee” is paid 1/3 and the balance 1/3 is suggested to be set aside to pay taxes when due.  All States should have several 1099 sales people and we will help you find them.  If the “Franchisee” hires 5 or 6 1099 reps, at the minimum income level of $50k, that gives the “Franchisee” an additional $250k – $300k over and above what they make on what they sell.  All territories should come close to those numbers, too if managed as suggested.

 

            Pricing on 98% of the 60,000 products is typically 30% – 35% lower than the competition on identical products … and all First Responders NEED to save money on what they buy.

 

            If this is not for you, perhaps you have an idea of who I should talk with. 

WHO do you know who might be interested in taking their territory from an initial investment of $25,000 to several million dollars in just a very few years – realistically?


John Chandler — 602.482.0017 — johnc@chandlersearch.net

 

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