Honolulu, HI (PRWEB) March 11, 2009
To help locals take charge of their financial future, Rich Dad Hawaii is hosting a special Cashflow Game Training Event in Honolulu on March 22, 2009. This event will bring together a community of like-minded people who want to get smarter about finances in a fun, safe environment. Building on the growing popularity of Rich Dad's Franchise Hawaii Cashflow Clubs, this event will bring the aloha spirit of support into bank accounts and investments.
Rich Dad Hawaii's Cashflow Training Event will include:
1. People Teaching People in a Fun, Safe Environment with monopoly money
2. A Community of Like-Minded people who can help each other in real life
3. Financial Education that increases confidence and long-term results
Just when financial education is needed most, people in Hawaii can gain confidence from this special Cashflow Training Event hosted by two local trainers, Ron Salvador and Lee Ann Del Carpio. Robert Kiyosaki's Cashflow game is about people teaching people how to invest, make smarter choices with their money, and develop a financial freedom plan to create additional income beyond their paycheck. Participants will learn about the power of investing in real estate, good debt versus bad debt and how to avoid buying doodads like that big flat screen TV.
Ron Salvador is flying home to Hawaii from Kiyosaki's headquarters in Arizona for this special event. Ron explains, "We just came off a European tour teaching this game in 7 different countries...and these experiences are the things that I want to come to Hawaii and teach." Ron bought Robert Kiyosaki's book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, at the Ala Moana Shopping Center nine years ago when his job was at risk in Honolulu, and now teaches this game worldwide.
Lee Ann Del Carpio, a Honolulu-based business woman and real estate investor, and her husband Javier Del Carpio, founded the Rich Dad's Franchise Hawaii in late 2008, to bring Robert Kiyosaki's financial education to the islands. Lee Ann explains, "We're doing this event on March 22nd to elevate the financial well-being of the people of Hawaii."
Rich Dad Hawaii is a franchise of The Rich Dad Company based in Scottsdale, Arizona, and is run by Lee Ann and Javier Del Carpio. This franchise has started Cashflow Clubs on Oahu and Maui, and in April, will begin clubs on Kauai and Molokai. Ron Salvador grew up in Hawaii, and is now the top trainer worldwide for Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad organization. Ron Salvador is not a financial advisor and Robert Kiyosaki will not be attending this event.
Special Event Training Topics
- How to play the game and learn key financial concepts in a fun way
- How to translate the learning into real life
- Cashflow Club's "10 Step to Elevate Your Financial IQ" Program
- How Official Cashflow Clubs in Hawaii are empowering people to build positive financial futures.
People interested in attending this event can register online at http://www.richdadhawaii.com or call Lee Ann Del Carpio at 808-781-5080 for more information.
When Robert and Kim Kiyosaki retired in 1994, the Cashflow Game was designed to teach people how they did it. As Robert explains, "It's best to invest in your mind before you invest your money into the stock market - or any market for that matter - because ultimately it's your financial intelligence that makes you money."
To schedule a fun and timely interview about this Rich Dad Hawaii event and the growing aloha community for finances, please contact: