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 Come Along and Succeed With Us!

We presently have opportunities throughout the United States and The World for independent contractor / Sales Executives. This opportunity offers financial rewards as big as your dreams. Your ambition is the most important qualifier. For a limited time we will waive the usual initial investment for qualified candidates.


Who is a qualified candidate? We are a 100% Equal Opportunity Employer. I need ambitious men and women of all ages, nationalities, and ethnic backgrounds. Single Moms, Soccer Moms & Dad's, College Students, Retirees, Grandmothers and Grandfathers. I don't care about your money. If you are an honest person and have a burning desire to succeed and agree to employ our tried and true marketing plan I will waive the usual $299.00 start-up kit fee. I need qualified sales representatives in all 50 states as well as Canada and selected countries throughout the world. Through our performance incentives you can even earn a protected territory. The AdverPen  is the only product of its kind in the world. The market is limitless.

Remember, our founder and inventor Norm Soucy is 69 years of age and living in an assisted care facility. The most recent version of The AdverPen was developed by Norm Soucy from that assisted care facility in Florida using only a telephone, a typewriter, a sketch pad and the most important factor of all, his Incredible Desire To Succeed. You can read more about Norm's journey to success by clicking here. For information about becoming a sales executive please email me or call me toll free anytime. You will not be disappointed.

Sincerely,

Tom Welch

President and Director of Marketing, Quality Products.

PS:

Ask me about a 60 year old gentleman with no sales experience who secured a $358 order in less than 5 minutes on his first ever sales presentation.

tom@adverpen.com

Toll Free 1-877-273-6131

 

             


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