Special Toronto Media Invitation
TORONTO, March 16, 2012 /CNW/ - Everybody wants to win the Big Lotto or Super Jackpot….yup, $30, $40 or $50 million would definitely change your life. But sometimes it's the small miracles that affect us in the most beautiful and profound of ways.
Imagine working 14-hour days, almost everyday. Imagine your spouse was laid off from work along with 300 of their co-workers. Imagine the sleepless nights wondering if things were going to be ok, especially after moving into your new home only 6 short months ago. Imagine never losing hope. And then it happens. Really?
You get a phone call from someone telling you that your name has been selected from a random draw and (after you complete the appropriate paperwork) will be awarded a cheque for $100,000. Sound too good to be true?
That's what a 30-year-old woman believed when she received a call at her workplace from someone claiming to be from the mortgage company that she had used to purchase that very home just 6 months ago.
In fact, the caller was being sincere and made every effort to prove that this was not a scam, he wasn't looking for personal information….nor was there any "catch." The caller, Louie Bettio, after several futile attempts of convincing the winner he was being genuine, must have thought to himself, "some days, you just can't give $100,000 away."
Please join us for a remarkable event on Monday March 19th at 11:30am at 2005 Sheppard Avenue East, Suite 200, Toronto, Ontario, M2J 5B4 or call Louie Bettio at 416-727-0790 or email your attendance to him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At 12:00est, the winner and her husband will be presented with their cheque for $100,000. May not be the Super Lotto Big Win, but it's definitely changed the lives of two very special people. "Good Things Should Happen To Good People." …and by-all-accounts, "it just did."
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