Cheflive Rewards Investors with Delicious Incentives

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Cheflive, a pre-IPO company, has come up with some inventive suprises for people who choose to invest with them in the next couple months. Preparing to launch their company outright, they want to make it more worthwhile than ever to purchase stock from their exploding company.

Cheflive Inc, a digital media company with two websites and two production studios in Las Vegas, announced today that their board has approved a deliciously inventive rewards program for investors who choose to come along for the ride in upcoming months.

At a time when things couldn’t be busier for the company, they have prepared a tempting array of special events designed to capture the imagination of investors interested in being part of a company whose focus is on culinary pursuits and the celebration of living well. Now that everything is in place, the time has come to make people aware of their ambitious future.

Three separate events are being planned, aimed at various commitment levels. For a $250 stock investment, food aficionados will enjoy a sumptuous multi-course dinner prepared right in front of them by none other than John Guinivere and his team of chefs. The evening is designed to educate, inform, and entertain.

“What better way to show investors what we do, than to do it for them?” asks John Guinivere, President of Cheflive. “Then, just when the party looks as if it is over, they are the proud owner of shares in a company enjoying all the benefits of a pre-IPO stock.”

For an investment of a thousand dollars, Cheflive will treat shareholders to an exquisite dining experience at Alizé, one of the world’s renowned restaurants atop the Palms Casino, where they will meet the chef, Jacques Van Staden, and receive incomparable service from the staff and head sommelier, Steven Geddes, who will pair some glorious wines from his cellars with each dish. This may be the only opportunity for someone to experience that type of cuisine and see it turn into a profitable investment.

The crowning jewel of the trilogy will be a splendid five-course meal performed and presented overlooking the Colorado River on a Grand Canyon tour, with transportation by jet helicopters. You may have seen chef Guinivere on the Food Network, cooking in the canyon on the show “Follow that Food” with Gordon Elliot.

This is an exclusive package, which is not available to the general public, yet Cheflive will pool their talents and resources to make it happen for their fellow investors. After the flight, which ends with a swoop down the nighttime Las Vegas strip, each guest will be rewarded with 4500 shares of stock in a company that has already taken them to new heights. The canyon tour and dining adventure will be reserved for investors at the $1500 level.

“We want to show people that we are a living, breathing company with a great attitude full of fresh and innovative ideas. Who wouldn’t want to be involved with that?” asks Guinivere, adding, “Nobody wants to buy stock and stick it in a drawer, they would rather come to the next event.”

John has even "cooked up" some ideas for when someone who wants to push the envelope even more. "For a 50 thousand dollar investor I would fly anywhere in the country and cook a ten course outrageous meal for ten, for 100 thousand? Anywhere in the world".

If you think that John’s energy is contagious, just ask one of his fellow employees, or better yet, give him a call. He can be reached at 702-228-4705. For event dates and times, You may also contact Cheflive through their website.

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