Jan. 31, 2010
-- Times are hard and loans are difficult to approve. College students leave college with so much debt that it is hard for them to survive. Guardian Index Corporation has decided to help students go to college for free. With a little leg work on the part of students and parents, their college tuition could be 100% free. The only thing they need to do is contact business owners in their area and suggest a sposorship between owner and student. Guardian index charges $600 for a basic ad and $800 for a featured ad on their business directory. They then take 75% of that revenue and send a payment to the students college as a payment towards tuition.
So let us break it down for you. As an example, if your student is enrolled in a college that charges $5,500 per year for tuition, your student needs to find 13 business sponsors for the length of their education to advertise in The Guardian Index and we pay that tuition in full. That student now graduates college with zero debt. if they need more revenue while at college for books or extras, they simply find a few more sponsors.
Parents and students can work together to find sponsors in their area. There has never been another company that offers this incentive for students to graduate with zero debt. The more expensive the school the more sponsors you need. Family and friends can also help by finding sponsors for the student. our goal is to put 100,000 students through college every year for free. We hope to do more, but this seems reachable, says John McLaughlin Sr., CEO of Guardian Index Corporation. I have a daughter in college at Moravian University in bethlehem Pa. and her tuition is over $40,000 per year. Any help we can get, we will take. Go to the corporate web site at http://www.guardianindex.com
today, to find out more information.