"The reason is simple", says Bob Horvath, current administrator of Best Bay. The smaller companies just want their own little niche and feel they can't compete with Goliath, and the larger corporations don't want to put millions, or hundreds of millions into a start up, and butt heads against the Goliath, at least not in today's business climate. Best Bay says its plan is to build a base with one hundred participants. Each participant would contribute one hundred dollars. This is just the basic concept, complete details will be voted on when we reach the first fifty interested individuals.
Bob continues, "With one hundred people bringing in two or three more clients, such as family and friends, you would quickly acquire one thousand new, active clients." Bob says he's creating what is commonly called the "snow ball effect". After we establish our base, we would take a vote on how to best utilize our accumulated contributions, and what advertising venues we should use to reach our customer base.
About Best Bay: Best Bay opened for business last year and has grown at a steady pace. Bob says Best Bay currently receives about five hundred hits per week from all around the world. The plan was to keep it simple and keep the fees down. Steady growth has forced Best Bay to reach out to the community we serve, and enlist technical assistants, advertising people and yes- investors that can help take Best Bay to the next level.
This is perfect for the stay at home mom or dad. If you are looking for a way to make some extra money, are unemployed or simply bored! This could be just the opportunity for you.
For more information, Bob can be reached at 734-748-9956, or by email at- firstname.lastname@example.org