Earn Hawaii Vacation While Promoting Worthy Cause for Parents and Children

PRI Director, Dr. Leon Koziol in Hawaii on book assignment, winter 2016

Okay here’s the challenge. And you can do it. No strings or gimmicks. It’s this simple. You got friends, acquaintances, maybe even a few enemies you want to exploit. Sell 10 Court Strategy or Self-Representation Programs featured on the Parenting Rights Institute and Leon Koziol.com websites, and you get round trip plane fare to Hawaii. Sell 20 and get lodging for three days on the romantic island of Maui or bustling Waikiki. Sell 30 and get a week of lodging, minimum 3-star quality, and it will be a winter escape of your dreams.

The best part about this opportunity is that the proceeds will go toward family court reform. But what if you fall short of these numbers? No problem, you will get the standard $50 finder’s fee for each sale should you decide to cash in. A win-win situation no matter how you look at it. Plus, it gets all the keyboard warriors doing something exciting and constructive for the reform movement.

And it gets better. If enough vacations are earned, we will add a bonus: free morning seminars to acclimate you to the complexities of custody tactics. You can attend or hit the beach. It’s your time, or our time, but a time to remember, and a time to forget your stressful routines in the states. With all your talents and initiative, this should be an easy task, a no-brainer. So what are you waiting for?

These programs sell themselves. All you got to do is make the connections and off we go to paradise. You can do it by Christmas and earn the holiday gift of your dreams! Each successful sale shows up on our pay-pal registry or cancelled check. If you e-mail us a name which matches the sale, you get a credit of $50 or a point on this offer: leonkoziol@parentingrightsinstitute.com. You can also confirm by contacting our office at (315) 380-3420.

Get your friends or lovers involved. We’re not getting any younger, and let’s face it, in the end, we’re all just food for maggots (or sharks).

Some book subjects are easy to write about, here at a remote location on the Hawaiian Island of Kauai where the Jurassic movie was filmed