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Tulsa Work From Home Jobs Joint Venture Affiliate Program Call 602-800-6770


 


All YOU Do Is Advertise A Phone Number On Free Advertising Locations On the Internet Making $3,500 Weekly


 


No Investment Required Other Than $10 For Your Sizzle Call # - I Pay YOU... You Don't Pay Me - I Do The Selling For You - You Never Need To Talk To Anyone!



Tulsa Work From Home Jobs Go To http://www.SilverFoxJointVenture.com To Get Started For ONLY $10


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Our Tulsa Work From Home Jobs Joint Venture Affiliate Program is designed for those who can not afford to become a Manager in our Big Ticket Program but want to be able to make some Big Ticket Money by advertising a phone number - having their Manager do the selling for them. This Joint Venture will be a 50/50 split from what the Manager receives when their Joint Venture Manager sells a Big Ticket Membership.


 


It's possible for the Joint Venture Partner to make up-to $2,000 just by advertising their SIZZLE CALL phone number 602-800-6770  in FREE classified locations on the internet. The ONLY cost for the Joint Venture Partner will be the cost of their preprogrammed SIZZLE CALL phone number of $10 per month.


 


The majority of classified advertising locations the partner will post to are free.


 


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We have a LIVE training room for theTulsa Work From Home Jobs Joint Venture Affiliate Program. We have a live team ready to help you make that big ticket cash.


 


 Tulsa Work  From Home Jobs


 


Your Manager will do the selling for you - you never need to talk to anyone - all you do is post your SIZZLE CALL # on free advertising locations on the internet which we give to you. This Tulsa Work From Home Jobs Joint Venture Affiliate Program is exactly what you have been looking for if you are short on money. Hey - the only cost is $10!


 


Tulsa Work  From Home Jobs


 


All you do is advertise your pre-recorded phone number and let your Manager do the selling for you making up-to $2,000 on each sale... average $3,500 weekly!


 


Tulsa Work  From Home Jobs


 


Go ahead and call the number 602-800-6770 - see how it works. Listen to a recorded message about how you turn on your automated marketing system in the morning and take the rest of the day off. Your Tulsa Work From Home Jobs Joint Venture Affiliate Program SIZZLE CALL # will sound just like this one!


 


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602-800-6770


YES… You never need to talk to anyone - your Manager will do the selling for you. All you do is post scripts on FREE locations on the internet with your SIZZLE CALL #. Yes we even give you the scripts for your Tulsa Work From Home Jobs Joint Venture Affiliate Program.


 


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You can find more about your Tulsa Work From Home Jobs Joint Venture Affiliate Program here:


 


http://www.fusionwall.com/blogpage.asp?blog=FMJII


 


http://networkdominators.com/what-we-do/work-from-home-jobs/


 


http://www.newson6.com/story/26256004/the-top-50-part-time-work-from-home-jobs


 


http://www.trasemiller.com/blog/?Tag=tulsa%20jobs





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Harvey The Silver Foxis a professional Business Building Coach. My goal in the next 90 days is to have you positioned to make $100,000 this time next year in your business by offering FREE training and the best places to advertise your Tulsa Work From Home Jobs Joint Venture Affiliate Program for free.



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The city now known as Tulsa was first settled by the Lochapoka (Turtle Clan) Muscogee(Creek) between 1828 and 1836. Driven from their native Alabama, the Lochapokas established a new home at a site near present-day Cheyenne Avenue and 18th Street. Under a large burr oak tree, now called the Creek Council Oak Tree, they rekindled their ceremonial fire (this tree survived the 2007 ice storm and is still standing in 2012).[1] The Lochapoka named their new settlement "Tulasi," meaning "old town" in their native language. Not coincidentally, 'tulasi' is the same word from which Tallahassee, Florida takes its name. Florida is part of the original home of the Muscogee people. The Lochapoka continued to use the site as late as 1896 for ceremonies, feasts and games. The area surrounding the tree was turned into the "Creek Nation Council Oak Park" in 1929.[2] An 1832 visit to the area by the famous American writer Washington Irving is described in his book A Tour on the Prairies (1835). Irving accompanied a U.S. Army exploration party on an excursion from Fort Gibson west onto the prairie and the lands occupied by the Osage and Pawnee tribes. In it, he relates camping in a grove of large trees on the banks of the Arkansas River a few miles south of the present day Tulsa city-limits (now in the suburb of Bixby). Washington Irving Park sits near the location. In 1846, Lewis Perryman built a log cabin trading post near what is now 33rd Street and South Rockford Avenue. Perryman, who was part Creek, established a business foothold in the rugged frontier until the Civil War. The reconstruction period after the war contributed to the growth of the area; in 1879 the first post office opened on a ranch belonging to one of Lewis' sons, Josiah Chouteau Perryman, southeast of town. Josiah was appointed Tulsa's first postmaster.[3] This was located in a log cabin near what would later become 31st Street and Lewis Avenue. Soon, it was officially moved to the George Perryman ranch house. By this time the area was known as 'Tulsey Town' and had grown to be a trading post and cattle town. A Methodist minister, Rev. Sylvester Morris, built a house in the early 1880s that now stands in Tulsa's Owen Park. Originally, it stood on what became North Cheyenne St. Morris served from 1836 until 1907, according to a sign in front of the house. This is the oldest surviving house in Tulsa.[4]


 


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Harvey The Silver Fox is a professional Business Building Coach. My goal in the next 90 days is to have you positioned to make $100,000 this time next year in your business by offering FREE training and the best places to advertise your Tulsa Work From Home Jobs Joint Venture Affiliate Program for free.

->   http://www.SilverFoxJointVenture.com

 
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