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Brad Aspin and Health and Wellness Company GBG Now Looking for Leaders Nationwide
Date:3/16/2010

Individuals looking for an opportunity to earn a reliable residual income in the current economy, and who are looking to better their health, too, can now turn to the GBG system offered by independent businessman Brad Aspin. Aspin is currently enlisting interested business leaders nationwide.

(PRWEB) March 16, 2010 -- Independent businessman Brad Aspin and leading health and wellness company GBG, provider of the GBG 10-in-One Liquid Multivitamin and Mineral Formula, announce a money making business opportunity now available to leaders nationwide. Founded with the goal of helping the average person make it in business, GBG offers anyone the opportunity to stabilize their futures, while maintaining their health and wellness.

“I was a loan officer for 20 years. In 2007 I was making $40,000 per month when the economy crashed and my income went to zero. That is about the time I started my GBG business. I have been working it for about two years, and it has changed my life!” Aspin says. “I make more money in one month now than most people make in a year. GBG has saved our family, and I know it could save and help others, as well, especially in the current economy.”

For more than 15 years, GBG has helped thousands of people find business and financial success through residual income. GBG leaders sell the GBG 10-in-One product and earn income through that product. GBG 10-in-One is a revolutionary once-a-day liquid supplement that provides a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, digestants and nutrients. This novel formulation includes ingredients beneficial to energy, digestion, vision, cardiovascular health and much more.

Among other ingredients, GBG 10-in-One offers Vitamin A equivalent to 10 tomatoes, Vitamin C equivalent to 50 slices
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