Georgetown, TX (PressExposure) February 19, 2009 -- Scot Poole, former car salesman turned highly successful wireless entrepreneur, has joined forces with internet marketing powerhouse CarbonCopyPRO to launch a new online network marketing business. "In November of 2008 I had a conversation with a friend and he led me to this industry," said Poole. "Overnight, I was exposed to a whole new world. Now I could envision a path which would enable me to not only work from home but would also enable me to work from virtually any part of the world, giving me unlimited quality time with my family."
Poole's path to online network marketing is a circuitous one, and a classic business success story. A little over 13 years ago, Poole was a very unhappy car salesman, frustrated with his lot in life and uncertain as to his future. He realized that he didn't fit into the corporate career mold he had wound up in, so he did what a lot of people find very hard to do--he switched careers. Wireless was hot at the time and Poole realized that self employment was the only way to derive some things from his career that he absolutely needed. "I did not buy into the 'corporate America' way of doing things," Poole said. "I then began to grasp the fact that I could go to work for myself doing the same thing I was already doing, make much more money than I was currently making, and have complete control over my schedule."
In 1998, Poole started a wireless cell phone business and his income almost immediately shot up to six figures. The business grew steadily and by early 2008 was posting annual revenues in excess of $4 million. It was a solid operation with healthy cash reserves and a workforce of almost 40 employees. And then the recession came crashing down.
After laying off people and scaling back operations, Poole once again new that he needed a new direction. That's when he stumbled across CarbonCopyPRO. "What appealed to me about CarbonCopyPRO was that it is a highly refined, turnkey, automated system for making money online," said Poole "I'm still my own boss, I still make well into the six figures, and I still control my own schedule. But now, instead of firing people, I'm making them rich too."