Friday, October 3, 2008

Press Release #3- CVAIA


September 26, 2008

Preston Parker
160 N. Main
Logan, UT 84321

Investment Group Teaches Philosophy on Job Happiness

LOGAN, Utah— The Cache Valley Area Investors Association meets every other week to teach members about smart investing and the philosophy that one can become financially independent working in any job you enjoy.

Founder and President Preston Parker said, “It’s all about getting your monthly passive income greater than your monthly expenses. Once you get to that point you are financially independent.” Parker believes anyone can get to this point in as little as three years. This philosophy ties in with his belief in the investment risk pyramid. The base is self, meaning that once you get yourself set (spiritually, physically, and mentally) you can start to move forward with your investments of time, money, and credit.

The CVAIA is a non-profit organization that meets in a non-threatening environment to discuss investment ideas and theories. They hold meetings every first and third Thursday of the month. CVAIA is calling for people who are interested and want to advance and change their lives. They invite anyone to join the e-mail list,, and start attending meetings.

People in America have ample opportunity and options to be able to work I a job they enjoy. Understanding and managing passive income makes this possible. There are many associations which are helping educate people in how to truly become financially independent. Cache Valley Area Investors Association based in Logan, Utah, is one such organization. It was founded in July, 2007, and currently has 50 members.

McKell Blake
PR consultant


Julee_Baird said...

Nice release. I noticed though that you mentioned the meetings for the association twice. I think it only needs to be mentioned once! Good job! said...

I don't subscribe to your blog to read stuff like this. But since I do subscribe, and I know how to read, I read the stuff you post even if it is for some class.

I've go to admit, you're getting good at this stuff.

Wanna do one for real? Chrissy has started her business online--tonight I'm launching the website and we need to have an "about us" page. Would you like to write it up? Would it help you for class?

Let us know