How to Escape the Rat Race and Make $100,000 from the Shade of a Beachside Cabana



    WATERFORD CITY, Ireland, Sept. 7 /CNW/ -- A growing number of Americans
and Canadians are escaping the typical 9 to 5 daily grind and starting more
affordable, and more profitable lives in exotic destinations around the world.
The challenge for many has always been a practical plan to make their dreams
come true. They've been unable to get the know-how from people who've actually
made their dreams a reality. International Living's Global Business
Opportunities Workshop held this November 12 - 14 at The Curtis Hotel in
Denver, Colorado solves this problem.
    Attendees will meet -- and have a chance to get advice from -- people
who've made the transition. These include travel writers, copywriters,
photographers, small business owners, importer-exporters and self-made
international marketers. The presenters will share first-hand knowledge,
secrets, advice and techniques they used to fund their new lifestyles.
    One presenter, for instance, is Reece Guth, who discovered his new career
by accident on a vacation to Nicaragua. He brought home a few ceramics to see
how they would sell in the States. After only a few trips, his little hobby
had outgrown his suitcase and become a $100,000-a-year business.
    For additional information about this event please visit:
www.internationalliving.com/global or to schedule an interview, contact:
Elaine Finnegan at efinnegan@internationalliving.com.
    International Living is the world's oldest and largest source of
information on living, retiring, or investing overseas. It maintains a staff
and in-country correspondents in more than 20 countries and provides both
printed and online information, books, tapes, and kits -- as well as more than
30 conferences and real estate tours in dozens of countries of interest to its
readers. International Living is based in Waterford, Ireland and has offices
in Baltimore, Panama, and Paris and correspondents in Ecuador, Uruguay,
Thailand, Honduras, Argentina, Croatia, Belize, Nicaragua, and Mexico. To
learn more about International Living, visit the website at:
www.internationalliving.com.




For further information:

For further information: Elaine Finnegan, Events Director of
International  Living, efinnegan@internationalliving.com Web Site:
http://www.internationalliving.com                 
http://www.internationalliving.com/global

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