Marketing Coach Sessions Benefit Local Ronald McDonald House

Warwick, RI (PressExposure) February 06, 2008 -- Peter George, a Rhode Island-based marketing coach for self-employed professionals, hopes to benefit the Providence Ronald McDonald House while introducing self-employed professionals to the advantages of working with a marketing coach.

When a self-employed professional schedules an introductory one-hour marketing coaching session with Mr. George, the special low fee of $25 is donated directly to the Providence Ronald McDonald House. The businesspeople benefit from the introductory coaching sessions, and the Ronald McDonald House and families who stay there benefit from the donations.

The Ronald McDonald Houses have held a special place in Mr. George's heart for several years. "As I have traveled throughout the country, I have had the opportunity and pleasure to visit several Ronald McDonald Houses," said Mr. George. "I truly believe in what the Houses do for families of children who are receiving medical treatment at local hospitals."

"Each time I have visited or been involved in fundraising for one of the Houses, I realize why they are referred to as 'The House That Love Built,'" added Mr. George.

This special offer runs through February 29. To schedule your introductory coaching session, call Mr. George at 401-742-1231 or visit

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About the Peter George
Peter George is the self-employed professional's marketing coach. Through his More Clients More Profits Coaching Program, he helps professionals attract more customers, generate more profits, and enjoy more free time.

About the Providence Ronald McDonald House
The Providence Ronald McDonald House provides a home-away-from-home for families of children receiving treatment at local hospitals: primarily Women & Infants, Hasbro Children's, and Bradley Hospitals. Families of pregnant women in need of prolonged hospitalization and families of premature infants are also welcome to the House.

The House is a private, non profit public charity, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and funded by generous donations from our community. The House opened in 1989 and since that time has provided temporary housing for nearly 5,000 from Rhode Island, Southeastern New England, as well as national and international locales.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 17, 2008 at 2:49 pm
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