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« on: July 18, 2007, 07:51:30 PM »

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« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2007, 01:54:59 AM »

Please share.

  • We live in an age of peak oil where we need to reduce our fossil fuel consumption.
  • We live in an age of rising fuel costs, where consumers & businesses are negatively impacted by fuel costs
  • We live in an age of global climate change where we need to reduce the pollution we emit from our vehicles
  • We live in an age of economic uncertainty, with an aging population soon to be in need of Social Security
  • We live in an age of record deficits and increasing threats to a continuous uninterrupted fuel supply

These converging situations are not going away, ...and will only increase as time goes on.

We have a product that works and meets an ever increasing need in the market to address these concerns.

  • We have an inexpensive product that everyone wants, and everyone needs on a global scale
  • It is a product that everytime we use it, ...we can save money on gasoline or diesel fuel
  • We can do our part to reduce fuel consumption, and to reduce pollution without altering our lifestyles
  • In addition to being able to save money on fuel, we have the ability to also make money as well

Our product meets the needs of...


We have the ability to do business in an unlimited market in an unprecedented 192 countries around the world,
...with a client base that isn't an obscure niche market, but rather everyone who drives a vehicle, or pays for fuel.

When you can position someone to save 7 - 14% and recoup possibly $80 for every $20 spent,
AND potentially earn thousands of dollars saving money, reducing fuel consumption, and helping the environment,
that's a pretty powerful incentive to continue to save money, reduce fuel consumption, and help the environment.

The biggest danger for consumers is not in using our product, but in NOT using it <--click here to find out why

Have a listen to what's happening now  (an .mp3 audio of a recent conference call amongst fellow distributors)
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