Home (RV) Based Business
(Buford, Ga. USA)
Does anyone know how the Summit Group network operates and is this perhaps a "work at home scam?
Coleen, the RVing editor comments:
Thank you for asking. The Summit Group founded by Steve Bretzke, who lives in the little town of Washington, Missouri, is not a scam. I have been part of that group since 2005. It is legitimate. We partner with Watkins, Inc., a highly respected company that has been around for over 140 years.
A good way to find out what it is all about and how it works is to go to my Summit Group website. There's a video there with Steve explaining the business; it's almost as if he's sitting at the kitchen table with you. There's also an audio conversation there with Steve and some of the other top folks in the group. And, if you want to read what it's all about, you can do that on the site, too. It will ask you for your email address, and the reason for that has to do with spam regulations. Click here to go to my Summit Group website.
If you'd like to have a hard copy booklet that explains how the group works, email me and let me know that you want one. Be sure to give me your mailing address. I'll be happy to send you a copy. The title of the booklet is, Have the Life You Deserve. But, if you just let me know you want the book about The Summit Group, or about Watkins, or even just "the green book," I'll know what you want. Email me (Coleen).
The business is pretty simple, but it takes time and effort. It is not a get rich quick deal. It's flexible, though, so you can do it wherever you are, and whenever you want. If you are looking for a home or RV based business, I highly recommend it -- if I didn't think it was both worthwhile and legitimate, I wouldn't still be involved with it.
If you have specific questions, please feel free to ask.
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