The Millionaires Club is formed by this entrepreneurial group of kids who decide to become millionaires before they graduate high school. Their clubhouse is located in a hidden room inside a large greenhouse in a small town in Montana. Their meetings consist of deciding which idea to pursue next followed up by some intense rubber band gun hide and seek play. From creating an incredible float to enter in the parade to hunting for lost gold treasure every page is fun to read as we ride along with them.
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About the Author
“Announcing the King of Sandwiches!!”
These are the words I repeatedly shouted while entering a whole fleet of stores in a Boston suburb while helping to open a new restaurant that served sandwiches.
When it comes to marketing a small business I have done it all. I scrubbed and mopped the floors and bathrooms, I camped out in radio station waiting rooms with toaster ovens and product waiting to get the opportunity to talk about it on the air for free. DJ’s love free food. I set up outdoor speakers and got top quality djs to work an event for free because the publicity I promised would be like having a free commercial in front of hundreds or thousands of potential customers. I dressed up in costumes like a milkshake, and a cowboy, a clown, a superstar, you name it, I wore it, all in an attempt to capture an eye and draw a crowd.
I designed and implemented revolutionary systems that led to a fast food chain increasing the record opening sales for a new restaurant by over 100% and repeated that 3 times.
When it comes to driving sales, I drove them. I used balloons and jumpies, I created and produced 14 day event calendars to generate excitement and bring back customers day after day. I also taught business owners how to market their businesses successfully by following an ongoing process that always works. You don’t have to dress up like a clown, but in today’s competitive marketplace, you do need to promote yourself.