This event is going to be huge with thousands of buyers from all over the world converging for one-day at SpiritSavings.com
Palm Springs, California (PRWEB) April 02, 2013
Looks like department stores aren’t the only companies using the “one-day sale” strategy. On Saturday, April 13, Amy Scott Grant and Karla Silver will host a one-day-only online sales marathon, featuring top names and up to ninety percent (90%) savings on dozens of personal development products and services, with ten percent (10%) of revenues donated to charity.
“This event is gearing up to be huge,” comments Silver, one of the event’s co-producers. “People are already getting excited, and we’re still almost two weeks out. Participants are already pre-registering at SpiritSavings.com."
Products featured will include a variety of offerings, including products from Natalie Ledwell of Mind Movies (visualization and manifesting), Jerry Clark (success training), Joe Nunziata (spiritual selling and karma), Marna Goldstein Thall (natural weight loss), Lauren E. Miller (stress solutions), and many others.
Buyers who register for the sale receive advance information about what to expect, as well as tips to maximize their savings. Beginning at 1:00 P.M. Eastern time on April 13, the sale website will go live, and Silver and Grant will spend the next few hours leading a succession of detailed information on each product or service offering. Discounts will be as deep as ninety percent (90%) off, and at least one product will be offered as low as one dollar ($1). Every product sold includes a thirty (30)-day money-back guarantee.
“Everybody loves a deal,” says Grant. “And who doesn’t love a win-win-win scenario? The participants can experience new things and try new products and services risk-free, and feel good knowing part of their purchase is helping to create a more peaceful world. At the same time, these personal development leaders, teachers and healers can reach out to a broader audience, to create a greater, more positive impact on our planet. The costs are low and affordable, and there’s a money-back guarantee. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that?”
Participants can access the sale and Grant and Silver’s live commentary online via streaming webcast at SpiritSavings.com. A limited number of phone lines will also be available, for those without audio capability on their computers. Participants who remain present for the entire sale will be eligible to win one of many valuable prizes, including high-value personal development programs, courses, coaching, training, an iPod shuffle preloaded with more than twenty hours of personal development audio programs, and an iPad Mini.
Silver and Grant have committed to donate ten percent (10%) of all sales to the Chopra Foundation, which creates and maintains programs such as “Project Why,” “Peace is a Lifestyle,” and “The WellWorld Initiative.” The Chopra Foundation, founded by Deepak Chopra, is dedicated to improving health and well-being, cultivating spiritual knowledge, expanding consciousness, and promoting world peace to all members of the human family. Funding is provided to specific projects that target at-risk children, low-income women and teenagers, prisoners, and more. The organization’s mission is to advance the cause of mind/body spiritual healing, education and research.
Participants can register for the sale at http://SpiritSavings.com
About Super Saturday Spirit Sale
The Super Saturday Spirit Sale is a four-hour sale featuring top personal development and spiritual products, deeply discounted for one day only in a special promotional event on April 13. Many prizes will be awarded and ten percent of all sales will be donated to the Chopra Foundation. To register and participate, visit http://SpiritSavings.com today.
About the Chopra Foundation
The Chopra Foundation, founded by Deepak Chopra, is dedicated to improving health and well-being, cultivating spiritual knowledge, expanding consciousness, and promoting world peace to all members of the human family. Funding is provided to specific projects that target at-risk children, low-income women and teenagers, prisoners, and more. The organization’s mission is to advance the cause of mind/body spiritual healing, education and research.s