Ask A Old Timer, "Experience is the Best Teacher"
The Knowledge of an Old Timer is from Years of Experience and Skill
By: James Colozzo
CHINO, Calif. - April 11, 2023 - PRLog -- James Colozzo, author of "You Got To Do What You Got To Do," has created a new novelty website AskAOldTimer.com where you can purchase a question an answer from an experienced Old Timer with knowledge of various topics.
A goal has been set to see if the website can attract one million visitors, go viral and earn a living for A Old Timer with minor advertising, a Press Release, listings and word of mouth. Visit www.AskAOldTimer.com to purchase a question and answer to help a Old Timer support himself.
Mr. Colozzo for years has been an advocate for caregiving of the elderly, appeared on television and has been interviewed for retirement and caregiving articles. Now Mr. Colozzo is a senior citizen himself and relying on his 45 years of self-employed experience and caregiving knowledge, has launched the website, AskAOldTimer.com. The website is for people to purchase questions and receive answers from his years of experience and knowledge. Listed on the website are several topics that Mr. Colozzo has knowledge from his personal experience. It is a way for younger people to learn how things were done before technology took over society. It is also a fun way to have a cranky Old Timer answer your questions.
About James Colozzo
Born and raised in California, James Colozzo was self-employed when he decided to take care of his elderly parents. James spent over twenty years of his life 24/7 caring for his parents and wrote a book about his caregiving experience. James Colozzo also designed a theft deterrent overlock to slow down thieves breaking into mini storage units. James was ready to launch his theft deterrent overlock, unfortunately he could not afford the high cost of product liability insurance or able to sell his product idea to companies. Needing to survive, Mr. Colozzo came up with the idea of "Ask A Old Timer" which is based on the old fashioned way people have been paying for advice for many years.