Could Tom Cruise, Jennifer Aniston or Howard Stern Become The Voice Of Logopogo?

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New Jersey entrepreneur Les Fox is seeking a celebrity spokesperson for Logopogo.com, his Amazon Affiliate website.

Les Fox, the colorful and provocative New York Times bestselling author and art dealer, is looking for a "big name" to help promote his Amazon Affiliate website Logopogo.com in the media, including radio and television.

In 1998, Fox made publishing history when he sold 4,000,000 copies of "The Beanie Baby Handbook", the most successful collector book in history, and the # 2 NY Times bestseller for 6 months. A full page story about Fox's success appeared in the April 6, 1998 issue of Forbes magazine. More than 10,000 copies of Fox's book were sold every day for a year and a half, in bookstores and gift shops around the world, including Barnes and Noble, Amazon and Hallmark stores.

Now, Les Fox is looking to make history again with a unique website that sells all 10,000,000 products offered on Amazon.

"We need someone very well known to bring our message to the general public. It doesn't have to be Tom Cruise, Jennifer Aniston or Howard Stern. I'm not sure they're the right people. But we'd like to hear from agents who think they can help us become known as one of the most interesting online shopping sites. We have a decent amount of money set aside for advertising and publicity in 2006. And we've been approached by several private investors, including a group of doctors in Laguna Beach, California, and a British media company, who want to get in on the action. Right now, I am funding this project privately, with my own money. I have a few million dollars available, and I intend to use it wisely."

Fox claims he has turned down offers of $5 million for a controlling interest in Logopogo.com. He says he won't be ready to sell for a while.

"We're either going to make it or break it," states Fox with a knowing smile. "And I think we're going to make it really big."

Les Fox recently predicted that Amazon stock, and Amazon sales revenue, will triple by 2009, raising the eyebrows of respected stock analysts, including Motley Fool. "The Fool" as it is known to the trade, predicted that Amazon stock would do well over the past 3 years, rising from a low of 16 in 2002 to a current price of around 50. But Motley Fool now suggests looking elsewhere for big gains, whereas Fox thinks the trend will continue. Most analysts do not believe Amazon stock is poised for another massive gain, and some predict it will drop 10 points in 2006."

"I disagree. An old adage says that the public is right at the trends, but wrong at both ends," notes Fox. "I'm betting that a trend is a trend is trend, until it's not a trend. That's what I thought about Beanie Babies in 1997 and 1998, and that's what I think of Amazon.com in 2006 and beyond."

If you represent Tom Cruise, Jennifer Aniston or another personality who might like to sing the praises of Logopogo in the media, on radio and TV, feel free to ring up Les Fox at his office in New Jersey. He's ready to talk turkey, and hopes that his website, Logopogo, can really fly.

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