Lucrative Love by Tom Feltenstein
An Insider's Secrets to Marrying Millions!

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In Lucrative Love, Tom gives you the facts and guidance you need to marry the Joe or Jane Millionaire of your dreams. Using his many years of business knowledge, he approaches your marital and financial future as a business by teaching you: Where to meet Mr. or Ms. Moneybags and its not at a bar; how to leave the trailer park and Daisy Duke wardrobe behind; how insisting on a pre-nup can get you the lifestyle you really want; and how to deal with suspecting in-laws, bluebloods and the country club set. As you read through the pages in this book, you'll laugh, you'll cry, and then you'll say to yourself, Love, what was I thinking? Marrying for love puts you in the poor house, while marrying for money gets you a mansion in the hills and vacation home in Maui. Stop kidding yourself, and face reality. Someone's going to marry them, why cant it be you?

About Tom Feltenstein

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About the Author Tom Feltenstein is the CEO and founder of Power Marketing Academy, a leading consulting firm that consults and educates businesses in the industries of retail, hospitality, and service. PMA conducts clinics, seminars, strategy sessions, trainings and speaking events. A visionary counselor to Fortune 500 companies and franchise organizations, he speaks and holds seminars to over 60 companies a year all over the world. Prior to his 25 year trajectory as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, he began his career with McDonald's Corporation. He later served as senior vice-president for Bozell, an international multi-billion dollar advertising agency. Author website: http: //
Published January 1, 2013 by TAG Publishing LLC. 122 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Romance, Parenting & Relationships, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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