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Complaint Review: All Star Motivation
All Star Motivation3110 Polaris ave # 20 Internet United States of America
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At just 19 years old, Billy Nolan was given the opportunity of a lifetime. The onetime high school sports star who was eyeing a scholarship from New Mexico State University had knee surgery that cut his future in sports short, however, after many struggles coupled with hard work, he ended up opening his own fragrance business A 2009 "New York Times" article estimates the perfume industry rakes in annual sales at an astounding $25 billion to $30 billion. For many years he promoted some of the biggest fragrance names on the market but Nolan felt that it was time to make a change. He decided to design, produce and promote his own fragrance line and created All Star Motivation.His vision for All Star Motivation was not just to create his own brand but to give others the same opportunity that was given to him if they are willing to work hard, stay focused and work their way to their own success. [continued below]....
Article written by the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Sunday September 23, 2012
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