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A Story of Black Entrepreneurship

From: <mmofw@edtecinc.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 19:49:07 -0500
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"Making Money the Old Fashioned Way:  A Story of Black Entrepreneurship" 

Buying gifts for today's youth often results in the same uninspired choices, mind numbing video games, or clothing that is out of style before the wrapping is undone. 

This year you can give the gift that will last a lifetime: pride, determination, and self-reliance,  "Making Money the Old Fashioned Way:  A Story of Black  Entrepreneurship."

This intriguing book by EDTEC, a firm committed to universal access of entrepreneurial opportunities, chronicles the entrepreneurial accomplishments of blacks in America, citing examples of successful ventures launched years before slavery came to an end. 

Making Money the Old Fashioned way is not only a perfect way to educate and inspire young people, but an excellent addition to every family's library.  This holiday season, give the gift that could help today's youth become tomorrow's leaders. 

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