Coastal Vacations Call Center Levels the Landscape for "Regular" People to Make Money

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A small town entrepreneur discovers a way to provide for his family and save thousands of dollars on vacation travel.

Harold Simpson Jr. lives in Statesville, NC, a small town 30 miles north of Charlotte. This small industrial town rests at the intersection of I-77 and I-40, which are 2 major roadways that would typically guarantee success for almost any business but, for whatever reason, Statesville has not seen this success. So, what do you do to become a successful business owner in this town? Simpson decided to use the Internet to increase his income.

Simpson discovered Coastal Vacations and the We Close Your Sales Call Center. Coastal Vacations is a travel club that uses direct sales over the Internet or person to person contact to sell it’s memberships. The lifetime memberships allow the member to have unlimited complimentary vacations, cruises, condo stays and major chain hotel stays for less than half the normal price, most for just room taxes and tips.

Simpson’s company,, uses the Call Center to handle prospects that respond to his advertising on the Internet and in newspapers. “I have 3 small kids and sometimes it is difficult to have the time to spend on the phone talking to potential members. The call Center takes that pressure off of my back,” says Simpson. He also says that the vacation packages are in high demand because of the popular cities and destinations that are included in them. “We have complimentary vacation destinations such as Myrtle Beach, Gatlinburg, Branson and many other popular cities. Also, discounted condo vacations that include several popular Florida spots and even famous beach resorts in Mexico, Puerto Rico, The Bahamas and other major international destinations.”

Simpson said he advertises that a person can make $3,000 to $9,000 in 30 to 90 days and that he actually accomplished that himself. “If you can follow simple direction from an experienced, successful Coastal Vacations director, like myself, you will be successful in this business,” he said.

Simpson also explained how each member could simply retail the packages instead of promoting the business opportunity if they chose to do so. “The packages sell like hotcakes because of the savings and destinations so people who don’t want to do the business part can just take advantage of the travel savings.”

Simpson said he hopes many others in his area will decide to become small business owners to help the economy in his small town.


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