Disabled Gulf War Veteran Giving Back in Big Way

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Disabled Veteran, Sean Gillespie launches revolutionary internet site, Smashbay, LLC that will smash the competition in the online consumer world. The unique site actually pays back 90% of the advertising commissions it generates back to the users.

Former Gulf War veteran and disabled vet, Sean Gillespie has recently launched a revolutionary company geared at Internet Consumers that might just be the next Super Dotcom, Smashbay, LLC.

The business model is very unique and puts 90% of advertising commissions generated by their website back into the hands of their members. Unlike most websites that get their money through advertising and keep all of the revenue for themselves, this site rewards its members for their activity.

The website takes advantage of the growing affiliate programs on the net; where virtually all companies offer a commission when one website refers users to another site and purchases are made.

“We literally have thousands of companies on our website that all pay commissions from purchases. If you can’t find it on our website, it probably doesn’t exist. I started this business because when I learned about these affiliate programs, I couldn’t believe the big sites were keeping all the revenue for themselves and not offering anything back to the users. It just didn’t make sense that there weren’t any sites that shared the bulk of that revenue with their users,” stated Sean Gillespie, Smashbay, LLC Owner and President.

With 2006 Internet sales expected to near the $200 billion mark, Smashbay, LLC is very well situated to sky-rocket and with its generous 4-tier payment system and free membership, its likely to produce several thousand millionaires along the way. The site is also ideal for fund raising activities because it has the potential to generate a lot of money for organizations.

So when you hear the name Smashbay in the future, remember our veterans and especially the disabled vets.

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