Robert Shumake Reveals 3 Things Real Estate Investors Need to Know to Make Money in Today's Market

Plymouth, MI (PressExposure) May 30, 2009 -- The Blueprint to Wealth Seminar event will be held at Cobo Hall in Detroit. The International Wealth Builders, LLC has arranged for local and national speakers to share their success secrets and techniques with participants. The distinguished group of speakers will consist of entrepreneurs who have built one or more million dollar businesses.

Robert Shumake, CEO of Inheritance Capital Group (ICG), a Michigan based private equity and real estate investment and development firm, will speak at the event. ICG manages nearly 3 million square feet of real estate in a $200 million dollar portfolio.

Mr. Shumake is the author of “For Entrepreneurs Who considered Suicide When Business Got Tough!” He wrote the book for individuals looking to achieve their entrepreneurial and financial dreams.

Robert Shumake’s years of experience and his accomplishments qualify him as an expert in his field. Robert will teach participants the 3 things all real estate investors need to know to make money in today’s economy. Come and hear Robert Shumake speak at the Blueprint to Wealth Seminar. The 2 Day Event, a wealth-building workshop, will be held at Cobo Hall in Detroit, on June 13 and 14, 2009. For more details visit [http://www.megaeveningevent.com/2dayevent/]

Contact: Mark Maupin 9800 Ann Arbor Rd, W Plymouth, MI 48170 249-939-6232 Maupin.mark@gmail.com

This press release was submitted by Right Now Marketing Group, LLC

About National Real Estate Network

National Real Estate Network, LLC is an Investing Club for Real Estate Investors, aka: Landlord Group, Real Estate Association, REIA, Investors Network, and School, offering Courses, Training and Mentoring Programs. They service Oakland, Wayne, Macomb, and Livingston Counties.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 30, 2009 at 2:56 am
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