Lake Tahoe, Nevada (PressExposure) March 22, 2009 -- Joe Kozak, a former collegiate football player who takes competition very seriously, plans on winning a sales contest for an all expenses-paid vacation to Grand Cayman Island, sponsored by CarbonCopyPRO. Kozak recently launched an internet marketing business, teaming up with industry powerhouse CarbonCopyPRO after a successful career in corporate sales. A Wealth Masters International (WMI) financial consultant, Kozak initially made the move to strengthen his personal financial situation and to beat down recession. It's now his full time career.
On March 26, 2009, CarbonCopyPRO will host its next world class marketing event in Lake Tahoe. The event feeds off the energies of the WMI M2 conference which precedes it in Lake Tahoe from the 22-25 of March. At the event, company founders Jay Kubassek and Aaron Parkinson will award the team member who sold the most of the firm's Business in a Box (BiB) programs. The BiB is a turnkey, automated system that internet entrepreneurs can use to launch an online marketing business very quickly and efficiently.
"I always love a challenge," Kozak said. "I used to play ball for Colgate, and still savor the edge you get from a closely fought contest. On top of that, the BiB basically sells itself. It's a no-brainer for anyone wanting to launch an internet business from their home--and make money at it, from the get-go." The second place prize for the contest is a MacBook Pro computer. CarbonCopyPRO is also raffling off a second Cayman vacation.
The main focus of the event is to help WMI consultants to take their businesses to the next level. The best marketing trainers in the world will give attendees the inside scoop on what's really required to become an online, direct sales millionaire. According to Jay Kubassek, founder of CarbonCopyPRO, the Marketing Event is where the leaders of today are recognized and the leaders of tomorrow are born.
"I've been in corporate sales and marketing for a number of years," Kozak said. "I know that business model very well. But this is different--better, in fact," he said. "And most of the pioneers who have developed these cutting edge best practices are in their twenties and early thirties, already millionaires. There's a lot I can learn from these guys."