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Driving Home the Dream

Driving Home the Dream


Visit Richmastery at this year’s Home Show, 13-17, September, 2006 at Auckland Showgrounds, and find out how you could make your dreams a reality!


A BRIGHT red Ferrari is set to turn heads at this year’s Home Show.

This sleek automobile might seem better placed at a ‘Car Show’ but the Richmastery Team insist it is an important part of their stand.

New Zealand’s leading real estate educators hope to prove that buying houses is not just about property but about living the dream!

Company director Phil Jones said: “This is no gimmick – it is my car we will be displaying – and I have to admit I am slightly nervous about any possible damage!

“The point is Richmastery is committed to showing people the way to financial freedom through property investing.

“Financial freedom gives people the chance to live their dreams, spend more time with their family, go on overseas holidays or maybe take early retirement…for me, part of that dream was to own a Ferrari.”


The Richmastery stand won’t just excite Home Show visitors about living the dream, but the enthusiastic crew will help people on the path to achieving their own goals.

This exciting stand will even offer one lucky winner the chance to win $15,000 towards a deposit on a house or a renovation project.

To be in the draw simply visit the Home Show, seek out the Richmastery stand and fill out an entry form.

Visitors should also watch out for Richmastery’s ‘Crazy Money Machine’.

Guess how much money is in the machine and walk away with the lot – here’s a clue it’s more than $1,000!

Nobody will walk away from the Richmastery stand empty handed - every visitor will be given a FREE ticket worth $79.90 to a life changing seminar – just for stopping by!

Not only that, but Richmastery will be giving you the chance to find out about their extensive range of tools and products which could propel investors to outstanding success.

So look out for the bright red Ferrari and ‘Crazy Money Machine’ on stand 801 and start living the life of your dreams!


ENDS

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