We are kicking off the official start of NFL Footballl Season with a giveaway valued over $2,000!
1st Place…Two Executive Suite tickets
Tennessee Titans vs. The Washington Redskins. DC area only, must provide your own transportation
Sunday, October 19th — FedEx Field Landover Maryland (VALUE $1,500)
2nd Prize…..Authentic NFL RGIII game Jersey (VALUE $250)
3rd Prize…..Authentic NFL Tony Romo game Jersey (VALUE $250)
Division rival Dallas’s Tony Romo Game Jersey… get it before it gets intercepted!
4th prize….One Hour Entrepreneur Consultation and a signed copy of ‘How to Build a Successful Business’ ($275 Value)
Before you enter this contest, I want you to learn about the amazing man behind the giveaway. Tim Kerin is an author, speaker, business coach, networker and serial entrepreneur. He currently owns 4 businesses and a partner in another. Along with the businesses, Tim is a mentor with several Veteran entrepreneur organizations that not only help the veterans but the spouses as well in networking and business challenges. He also volunteers with NFTE program in the Washington DC area.
If you’re looking for entrepreneurial guidance, I highly suggest following Learning Lessons in Business and CORE Networking or connecting with him on Linked In.
In His Words
When Tracey and I started our business we were naïve to understanding the “business behind the business.” We thought how hard really can it be to start a business? The mistakes cost we made cost us Tracey’s engagement ring, almost leaving us bankrupt and homeless. For every failure we faced we fought through each one being accountable for it and learning never to make the same mistake again. Whatever needed to be done we did it together and grew stronger not only as business owners but as a married couple as well. Today we own 5 multi-million dollar businesses with over 100 employees. We realize that owning a business is a lot of work and commitment. We recently wrote a book titled, 10 Lessons Learned…How to Build a Successful Business. It is about our challenges and doing whatever it took to become successful.