By: Lorrie Ward Jackson | Category: Other | Issue: July 2009
Virgil Jones says that by working with Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing, you can earn a discount and commission from over 800 companies, including Starbucks.
There is an old saying: Money cannot buy you happiness. And though Steve Jordan, national sales manager for Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing (FHTM), agrees with this nugget of wisdom, he goes on to say, “Money does buy you time; money buys you freedom.”
This is just one of the many philosophies that drew Virgil Jones to Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing. For years, Virgil owned Swensen’s Ice Cream at Fontana and Utica Square, and was one of the managers at Tulsa International Airport’s food and beverage area. He started with Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing to simply supplement his income; he is now doing it full time.
Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing is looking for entrepreneurial individuals – people who want to change their lives, as Virgil says. The individual earns a commission on products and services they already use, such as cell phones from AT&T, Sprint and Nextel, satellite television with Dish Network, security systems with GE, FHTM travel associated with Travelocity, as well as nutritional products, health care supplements and much more. FHTM offers a reward mall where one can earn a discount and commission by buying from over 800 well-known companies including Babies R Us, Barnes & Noble, Blockbuster, Cracker Barrel, Chili’s, Gap, Walmart, JC Penney, Kmart, Macy’s, Petsmart, Red Lobster, Starbucks and Target.
Virgil says, “For me, at this point in my life, money is secondary – I get a lot of pleasure seeing people succeed.” But he doesn’t discount the importance of money. “Money cannot buy happiness, but it sure can make life easier.”
Steve Jordan has also been quoted as saying, “The one resource we have unlimited amount of is time; most of us give it away at a very cheap price.” Virgil agrees with this, pointing out that by using the products and companies like those mentioned, you are doing what you do anyway. “Everyone has satellite or cable or cell phones.” By working with FHTM, Virgil simply works around his own schedule, meeting with people in between errands. “It depends on what you want out of the business. You get back what you put in,” Virgil states. “Work hard, make a lot of calls, and you will get a lot more back. And if you just want to work part time to earn a little extra, that is fine too.”
“I like to help people improve themselves and succeed, to help them change their lives,” Virgil goes on to say. “The vision of this company is to help people get out of debt and see how many millionaires they can create.”
The goal of Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing is summed up by Steve Jordan. “At Fortune, what we’re offering people is, instead of a full-time job and a part-time life, how about a full-time life in a home-based business?” Virgil Jones is living proof that this philosophy can work, and he would love to share it with you. Go online to www.okfortune.net or call Virgil Jones at (918) 406-0008.