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Mesa, Arizona (PRWEB) December 06, 2011
LeTip International’s CEO, Kim Marie Branch-Pettid, has announced that Dr. Eric D. Nelson has been named to the position of Regional Director for the state of Colorado. Dr. Nelson, a business leads expert, has extensive sales experience within the insurance and financial industries, and has also been a small business owner.
Branch-Pettid stated, “We are extremely happy to welcome Eric Nelson to the LeTip family. He is someone who clearly understands the power of building solid business relationships and the rewards that come with referral marketing. His involvement in his community and his strong desire to assist small business owners is evident and reflected in the passion he brings to his work.”
Nelson, a visionary and an entrepreneur, is a natural networker. He brings a refreshing perspective to his region and combines it with considerable sales savvy. “Membership in LeTip International provides small businesses with the spark to ignite enthusiasm, excitement, synergy and lots of business referrals,” said Nelson. “My new, expanded role will allow me to accelerate that momentum… and to share it with every member at upcoming chapter meetings, events, mixers, and forums.
Nelson attended Southeastern University in Washington D.C. He earned a BA, and MA, in psychology and an MBA and PhD in organizational psychology. He served as an Officer in the U.S. Air Force and is a member of the American Legion Post 30. Nelson has been active in many civic and professional associations throughout his career including the NAACP, National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice (NABCJ), Denver African American Commission (DAAC), Bennie E. Goodwin After School Academic Program for Youth (BEGASAP), and Colorado Prince Hall Foundation for Youth (CPHF). An active Free Mason, Dr. Nelson is a member of The Holy Royal Arch (PHA), Knights Templar (PHA), Shriner (PHA), and Scottish Rite Mason (Denver Consistory) which all includes charitable work and community involvement. He is also a Life member of the Scottish Rite Foundation for Youth.
LeTip International is a privately owned, professional business leads organization. Since 1978, LeTip programs have helped over 120,000 members, throughout the United States and Canada, build business success through personal referrals.
LeTip International’s structure set the standard in the word-of-mouth referral industry. Members are known for their professionalism, dedication, and loyalty to one another, and to the LeTip Program.
LeTip Chapters meet weekly to exchange qualified leads, build solid business relationships, develop strong presentation skills and become proficient networkers. Only one representative of any given profession is accepted into a chapter, and members are chosen for their occupational expertise. To sign up for LeTip’s Free Business Survival Tips, or for more information. visit http://www.letip.com.
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Nelson: Create health insurance exchanges or send money back
Ben Nelson asked why the State of Nebraska requested more than $ 5 million from the federal government to create state-based health insurance exchanges which it opposes and refuses to implement in Nebraska. "Why, in this time of constrained budgets, …
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Critics: Ohio dragging its feet on health-insurance exchanges
Mary Taylor to testify before the House Health and Aging Committee about her efforts as head of the Ohio Department of Insurance to develop a health insurance exchange in Ohio. The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and …
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Mobile Technology Increases Customer Interaction
The first step after checking to see if all individuals involved in the accident are fine will be to exchange insurance information. Mr. Smith will be able to use his iPhone Pocket Agent application to submit the information needed for his State Farm …
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AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) today commended United States Senator Bill Nelson (D, FL) for pressing colleagues in the Senate Democratic Leadership to address a funding crisis wreaking havoc with the lives of thousands of people living with HIV/AIDS who are dependent on the nation’s AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), a Federal/State program that pays for lifesaving AIDS drugs for low-income …
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headzup.tv Nebraska Senator Ben Nelson refuses to say if he’ll vote for cloture and not filibuster the health care bill. He also states that any bill that doesn’t get 65 votes is not legitimate. Read more about it here– http Download daily Catch and Release Comedy™ political cartoons to your mobile phone or iPod at www.headzup.tv
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Senator Bill Nelson flew the coup to Israel to avoid a town hall meeting. In his place were a couple dozen paid AFL-CIO paid agitators. Notice their pre-printed signs. Around 200 patriots showed up to face the mercenaries.
MOXNews.com March 22, 2010 MSNBC Rachel Maddow Show
Ben Nelson Bucks Party, Helps GOP Block Jobless Aid
Ben Nelson is nothing if not sensitive.
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On December 19, 2009, Nebraska’s Senator Ben Nelson held a press conference to announce his decision to vote for the Senate Health Care bill, which will reduce costs, expand access, and improve health care for all Nebraskans through the private marketplace.
The seminar will feature Huddleston Bolen attorneys Luke Lafferre, Kevin Nelson and Michael Folio in a moderated cross-fire discussion of the positive and negative effects the new health care reforms will have on businesses. …
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Senator Nelson hosts first state hearing on federal health care reform
Texas State Senator Jane Nelson, R-Flower Mound, Wednesday presided jointly over the state’s first hearing on the Texas impact of the recently approved federal health care reform legislation.
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