Excel co-founder to speak in Branson

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The marketing expert who took Excel Telecommunications as a start-up company to a billion dollar publicly traded corporation in just under seven years, Stephen R. Smith, will speak in Branson on Thursday, March 19th, at 7 p.m. at the Branson Towers Hotel.

Open to the public, the meeting is part of a seven state 2009 Spring into Action Tour at which Smith will talk about his newest venture, Ultimate Choice Travel, a revolutionary nationwide travel agency.

Smith was the co-found of Excel Telecommunications where he created and deployed the marketing strategy for the long-distance company that wen over a billion dollars in revenue faster than Microsoft. This time he is capitalizing on the multi-billion dollar travel industry and has founded Ultimate Choice Travel.

“What I’m most excited about with Ultimate Choice Travel is that travel industry holds more opportunity for representatives than the long distance industry did…travel is fun. Everyone wants to do it, and it is natural for any conversation,” said Smith. “You can build a business in the travel industry, which will safely be around for a long time. And the travel business is many thousands of times the size of the long distance business, so the opportunity is virtually endless.”

Smith will detail his expansion plans for his new travel venture and explain how ot here can participate on a part-time or full-time basis from home. He will also be talking about voice over internet protocol and changes in the telephone industry.

The Branson Towers Hotel is located at 236 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway. For more information call Mark White 417-598-1353.

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