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Andrew Reynolds generates Cash on Demand for wheelchairs

April 16, 2014
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Andrew Reynolds generates Cash on Demand for the Geoff Bone wheelchair appeal.

Andrew Reynolds Cash On Demand ‘live’ onstage

Attendees of  the world internet summit were treated to a live demonstration of Andrew Reynolds Cash On Demand in action live on stage students of Andrew Reynolds Cash On Demand course will of course already know that Andrew Reynolds spends a good deal of his time raising funds for charities both in his local town and also on a wider basis. Towards the end of the world internet summit the hosts had invited Andrew on stage during a session where they gave $100 prizes to attendees. Not to be outdone by the international speakers there was a determined but good humoured, attempt by Andrew to demonstrate that the Andrew Reynolds Cash On Demand system could be used in a live setting to raise a little money on the spot for a good cause. Students of Andrew Reynolds Cash On Demand system heckled and called out suggestions on how Andrew could beat the other speakers as Andrew pulled in Cash On Demand from other sources in the room.

A student of Andrew Reynolds Cash On Demand course, Geoff Bone was in the audience at the summit and had been talking to Andrew about a project he was launching to buy low cost wheelchairs for disabled people in Kenya. Students of Andrew Reynolds Cash On Demand and other attendees were treated to a light hearted display as Andrew literally raised Cash On Demand from out of thin air.

Starting by emptying his own pockets, cheered on by students of Andrew Reynolds Cash On Demand course Andrew then sought donations from others who had spoken on stage at the event, which were gladly given. It wasn’t until the end of the demonstration that Andrew called out into the audience asking Geoff Bone how much money it cost per wheelchair. With the sum raised through this demonstration of Andrew Reynolds Cash On Demand system ‘live’ , Andrew was able to raise enough money for Geoff to buy 20 new wheelchairs to send to Kenya.

Andrew Reynolds became a self-made Millionaire at the age of 45 after starting a small business in his spare room at home – and became a Multi-Millionaire by the time he was 50, using a technique for making money that he shares in his book, Copy This Idea.

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