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February 15, 2005

Helping a Fellow Marketer

Marketers, just like everyone else, often go through difficult personal times. And at times like those, it's only fitting and human that other marketers help them get through the worse and help them in any way possible.

Chip Tarver is a marketer who needs our help now.

His wife passed away in a car accident a few days ago. Chip and his children survived, but their lives will never be the same again.

And like many people today, Chip had no insurance. If you can, help him out by making a personal donation to him. Click here. Chip often helps others, it's time we do the same for him.

This web site has been set-up by Joe Vitale, a great friend and a great person who is always there when others need help.

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