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IMPROVE YOUR LUCK!
Prepare To Recieve What Is Yours

You can improve your luck. The saying goes that luck is just being
in the right place at the right time. So, the trick to improving
your luck is to make sure that you are in the right place at the right time.

Have you had friends or neighbors that are always winning
something and you never seem to win anything? Have you ever
wondered how they could be so lucky? There is a secret to it.
It goes right back to being at the right place at the right time.

Now, the question is, "Where is the right place?" It is where the
merchandise is being given away. That makes sense, doesn't it?
Now, just where is the merchandise being given away? When you find out
where that is you will know where to be.

Some of the best places to go are trade shows such as auto shows,
boat shows, home and garden shows etc. If you live near a large town
that hosts a lot of conventions and trade shows you should be
able to make one every few weeks.

Whenever you go be sure to visit every booth and sign up for
everything being offered. Last year at one home and garden show
I won a three day trip to Branson, MO plus a $400 set of golf clubs.
This year my son won a trip to the Bahamas. Not bad for a $6.00 ticket to get in.

Other good places to go are store grand openings, they always give
door prizes,and fairs. If you have a state or county fair in your
area try to go to it as a lot of the exhibitors have drawings for
their merchandise. Stay away from the carney booths tho, they are a rip off.

The more places you go and the more drawings you enter, the better
chance you have of winning something. Try it, it's fun. You also get
to meet a lot of new people and keep up with what's going on in the world.

John Watson

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John writes a weekly colum for his home town newspaper.
You may read some of his stories at: http://go.to/backfence
You may contact John direct at: backfence@www.com

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