SchoolOfMusic.com recruits and qualifies music teachers and then provides music lessons in students’ homes, teachers’ home studios, after school programs, and community facilities. They are the largest private employer of music teachers in Indiana, and now they’re expanding their program across the United States and Canada. They are looking for local licensees to help with their proven business model.
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This turnkey opportunity offers two income streams:
For SchoolofMusic to grow, they need a local presence in every single community. Their ability to expand is limited by advertising restrictions on Google Maps, Craigslist, Yahoo Local, Local.com, Bing, Yellowpages.com, and other websites that require a local addresses before posting. As a local affiliate, you will be able to advertise for free on these and other local websites while they provide the services necessary for your success.
The opportunity requires an annual investment of $350. They are so confident of your success that they guarantee a refund at the end of the first year if you follow their guidelines and are dissatisfied with the results.
The bottom line is, SchoolOfMusic.com provides you with the opportunity to derive income with a minimal investment of time and money.
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Income opportunities for the local licensee include:
If you like children and music, or just want to start a small business that doesn’t require a large time commitment, SchoolOfMusic.com might be just what you’re looking for. Visit their website, call 800-270-0512 or email firstname.lastname@example.org more information.
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