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Oklahoma City Convention 2008 March 18, 2008

Tuesday, some friends and I hit the road and drove from Park City across Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas to Oklahoma for the annual Pre-Paid Legal Oklahoma City Convention 2008. What a weekend! We were mentored by an Attorney General, State Senator, Insurance Commissioner, the Governor of Oklahoma, Robert and Kim Kiyosaki, and countless millionaires. How was your weekend?


Another guest speaker at the Oklahoma City Convention was Michael McCoy, author of the book, “What You Need to Know About Identity Theft”. He teaches national classes on identity theft and is a researcher at Iowa State University, recently receiving his third grant with Homeland Security. In comparing the different credit monitoring products on the marketplace, he meted Pre-Paid Legal up against Lifelock, Equifax Credit Watch Gold and State Auto Insurance — PPL came out on top. McCoy says there’s only one leader in the industry that will not only monitor your five areas of identity daily (financial – surprisingly only 27% of the problem, drivers license ID, social security ID, character and criminal ID, and fastest growing area, medical ID), but get to work to put your identity back together again. For more information on how to protect your good name, visit

I also had the pleasure of meeting Dave Savula, the top money earner in the company, at a banquet Friday night!


We are starting a national expansion of our company, so if you know anyone who may be interested in generating some additional income from the comfort of their home, visit to watch a 15 minute overview to see if it’s a match for them.

In closing, a shot of the windmills providing clean energy in Wyoming.


2 Responses to “Oklahoma City Convention 2008”

  1. Chandra Says:

    I hear that is the most boring drive! But what an exciting weekend. The best thing about my weekend was I got a pedicure. That’s how I bask in the lap of luxury, while you hang out with millionairs. Haha. I am feeling much better. Lets get together again soon. We are planning on going to “Jump On It” in Lindon on Monday with a bunch of friends and our kids. It should be really fun. Do you and Tim want to come and act like kids with the rest of us?

  2. Andrew Berry Says:

    I cant say that weekend was boring it was down right awesome!
    I loved Kiyosaki’s story about being the gunner because i realised that i put in the perspective of the 3 way call your the gunner, Your prospect is the person shooting at you with the 50 caliber, or more or less trying to shoot down prepaid and your Uplines are the guys dropping the facts of napalm on the prospect to tell him all there objections are basically cooked.

    Your friend in success
    Certified Identity Theft Risk management Specialist
    Independant associate

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