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Date:10/16/2007

n large part to the Internet. The new book was born out of a need to share the information I have gathered over the years from working with large corporations to small home-based businesses," says author Larry Bailin. "It also gave me a chance to do something good for my community and contribute in some small measure to these very worthy causes. I have been very fortunate and believe it is important to give as much as you receive." All the profits from the one-day launch and its party will be given to the charities. The more books bought by the public, the larger the donations will be to each charity.

For more information on Mommy, Where Do Customers Come From?, the 'Billy Gives Back' charitable donation program, or the launch party on November 15th, please visit us at http://www.mommywheredocustomerscomefrom.com or call us at 732.451.0820.


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