Robert Steele: The Virgin Truth (Old)

OBE See Instead: 2012 Robert Steele for Richard Branson: The Virgin Truth 2.6

Robert David STEELE Vivas

There is a very talented author, journalist, and speaker, Mike Southon, who publishes in the Financial Times.  One of his articles, “Perfect Pitch,” 7 March 2009 was instrumental in crafting the below one-page “pitch.”  Mike’s four web sites:

www.ft.com/mikesouthon
www.yoodoo.biz
www.mikesouthon.com
www.beermat.biz

Short Persistent URL for this post (The Virgin Truth):

http://tinyurl.com/Steele4Branson

 

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Apr 18

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Metropolitan population growth is just one of more than a thousand topics addressed in the U.S. Census Bureau’s Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2011. The Abstract is perennially the federal government’s best-selling reference book. When it was first published in 1878, the nation had only 38 states, people usually got around using a horse and buggy, Miami and Las Vegas did not yet exist, and Franklin D. Roosevelt had yet to be born. The Abstract has been published nearly every year since then.

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Source:  U.S. Census Bureau

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