Naples, Florida (PRWEB) October 21, 2011
Angie Tewis, founder of the charity organization Ida's Angels and well-known marketing professional in the state of Florida, will soon announce during an appearance on "The Balancing Act" that she will be giving free access to her VIP Digital Revenue System to every person who donates to Ida's Angels during an upcoming 48 hour charity fundraiser.
Ida's Angels was inspired by Angie Tewis' close friend, Ida, who lost her battle with breast cancer in April of 2011. Before she passed, Ida asked Angie Tewis to continue helping one family at a time through the challenges that cancer and other illnesses cause, and she promised to do so. Now, to honor the memory of her dear friend and raise awareness about this wonderful cause, Angie Tewis is giving away access to her VIP Digital Revenue System in return for donations to Ida's Angels.
Individuals who utilize the Digital Revenue System will have access to the tools, techniques, and information necessary to build an online business. A $397 value, access to this system is priceless for people who are looking to supplement their income. The economy has shifted in favor of online business and learning the many aspects of owning an Internet-based company can prove invaluable to men and women hoping to improve their financial wellbeing.
Angie Tewis reminds individuals that their donation and their free access to the Digital Revenue System is a "win/win," as it helps Ida's Angels and will help them build a more stable financial presence. Angie Tewis has decided to offer access to her system so that the individuals who support her charity understand that she appreciates their generosity.
Angie Tewis will appear on "The Balancing Act" on Lifetime on October 31, 2011, and the drive will take place for the 48 hours after the segment is aired.
For more information about Ida's Angels, visit http://www.idasangels.com.
Angie Tewis is a leading marketing professional who has become a trusted consultant, speaker, and teacher within her industry. After getting her start in real estate in south Florida, Angie Tewis quickly realized that she needed to take an innovative approach to her business if she wished to stand out among her colleagues. Through unconventional marketing strategies, she soon became the professional to watch in the pre-foreclosure field.
Angie Tewis founded Ida's Angels following the loss of one of her closest friends to breast cancer. Determined to help others fight their illnesses without the stress of financial strain, Angie Tewis is committed to helping one family at a time through the challenges that such health problems present.