I thought I would bring you up to date on my latest job news, or lack thereof. But first, I wanted to thank all of my recent readers who have liked a number of my previous articles. That’s the magic of blogging I guess. You put stuff out there, make it searchable, then people can read it forever. You gotta love that!
I noticed that a few visitors who have recently read my posts are in the Work from Home field. In response to that, I have decided to write an article about something that could turn into quite an opportunity. But I’m getting ahead of myself. I first have to back track to my previous job with Global Discovery Vacations.
Last June, my wife and I had a “Member Refresher” with a Global Representative. We have been members of this travel club for over 18 years. We have fallen in love with the Destin, Florida area, and we have used the travel club many times to vacation there. Just winding down trip #9 as I write this article.
Our first trip with GDV was in 1999, when we took our two sons to Kauai, Hawaii, for a ridiculously low price. Backtracking a little more. Our family had stayed at the Oak Plantation Resort in Kissimmee, Florida the year before. It was our first time staying in a Condo Resort instead of a Hotel Room and we were in LOVE!!
We had a King Size bed to ourselves, in a bedroom with an actual DOOR!! Our two sons shared the sofa-bed and were quite happy with that arrangement. After they had built their pillow wall, laying claim to their two territories, peace was declared. It was like watching a junior version of Game of Thrones, but without all the intrigue and decapitations.
That trip “somehow” got us on a mailing list, and a year later we were invited to a meeting at Global’s Southfield, Michigan office. We signed up for a package that gave us 12 “Vacation Weeks” to use over a 20 year period. We wound up using those 12 weeks in about 8 years, so we thought we were out of luck, as far as our travel club membership was concerned.
Thankfully, in 2013 Global contacted us to let us know they had revamped the entire program. They asked if we would be interested in seeing how the new program worked. ABSOLUTELY! We had become completely smitten with Condo Vacationing and it was costing us a small fortune each year to go on trips without GDV. The new program gave us access of up to 6 vacations per year, in 200 Condo Resorts around the world! Where do we sign?!
That brings us back to June 2017. That’s when Matt from GDV came to our house and showed us the “New and Improved” program. It gave us access to over 1,700 Condo Resorts, with over 70,000 weeks available in those resorts, for only $189 per week! You heard me right, $189 PER WEEK! Since this increased our inventory of available weeks by about 95%, we signed up immediately!
That’s when Matt said to me, “So what do you do?” At that point, nothing. Ocular Migraines had sidelined me from driving for Uber & Lyft. So for the previous 6 months, I had been writing articles for The Brown Parachute Club and not much else. He said, “You should come work for us!” I believe my response was, “Uh, sure.” Never having worked in a real Sales Office before, I had no idea what to expect.
What followed was a 6 month crash course in Sales. Frustration, Aggravation, Elation, Jealousy, Joy, etc. . . . I was exposed to all of it. However, after driving almost an hour to work each afternoon, I got hit by a case of “The grass is always greener”, which quickly turned into a case of “Too big for my britches”. Long story short, Art Van, the largest furniture retailer in the Midwest, is a scant 2.9 miles (yes, I measured) from my house. I was offered a position there as a Sales Associate, so I took it.
Despite my little voice screaming his damn fool head off, I took the job, and within 5 weeks I had to quit, due to a foot injury. Apparently, at 58 years old, I was not meant for 9 hour days on tile and concrete floors. So I contacted my old boss at GDV, and with my imaginary hat in my hands, I went back to the office and asked for my old job back. Unfortunately, he told me there was nothing available at the present time, but if anything opens up, I will be the first one he calls. So, skunked there.
Then something occurred to me! I had been telling prospective clients for over half a year, “If you refer any of your family or friends to Global, and they sign up with the program, you will receive $200!” Suddenly it hit me right between the eyes. One referral per week is almost $10,000 per year! $9,600 actually (yes, I did the math). Since my wife and I are members of GDV, I already had access to this potential income stream!
Because GDV is a Travel Club, it does require a one-time membership fee. This starts as low as $XXXX (This amount has been redacted because I have returned to work for GDV). I know. If you are unemployed, you certainly don’t have that kind of cash lying around. However, if you are looking for an additional income stream, this could exactly what you have been waiting for! There are plenty of Work from Home opportunities, but how many enable you to travel to Hawaii for only $189 per week? Not many, I’m guessing.
So, if you would like to learn more about how you can take advantage of this amazing Travel AND Money-Making Opportunity, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave me a message on my Google Voice Line (586-467-5604) and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can!
NOTE: If you ARE interested in signing up with Global, please contact me directly first. That way I can refer you and get the $200 cash when you sign up! Thank you!!!
Writing this article has been a lot of fun, and since I have more time on my hands these days, I may write a few more. We’ll see!
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