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Here‘s the Best Investment That Will Bring You A Solid Return In This Time of Uncertain Economy

 

Dear Friend,

Have you ever racked your brain, finding the perfect business opportunity?

Are you wondering where to put your moneyand reap a huge profit?

If you answer yes to all the above, then listen up.

Deep down, you know that we are in an uncertain economy. Most businesses (but not all) are doing poorly. Look around in your city,restaurants are empty, hotels are closing up, and clothes shop are depreciating.

But here is the thing:

Other business activities haven’t slowed. If your business offers a product or service that has weak values to people’s lives and businesses,you will be in trouble.

But regardless of the economy, if you sell products and services that depend on people’s needs, in other words, you offer products that bring  fair value in exchange. customers will flock to your business.

Example of fast selling items in any economy are liquid petroleum products such as diesel, petrol, kerosene, engine oil and, even cooking gas.

And you can easily sell such products by establishing your own petrol station.

Are You Going To Grab This Opportunity or You Are Going To Left Behind?

The petrol station business is profitable and the best investment in Tanzania. And this is because of the high demand for liquid petroleum products in Tanzania.

To verify my words,let’s see the consumption of petroleum products in Tanzania.

As of 31 December 2016, consumption of liquid petroleumproducts named Diesel(AGO),Petrol(AGO),Kerosene (DPK) are as follows:

Diesel (AGO)=>17 Billion liters

Petrol (PMS)=>11 Billion liters

Kerosene(DPK)=>45 Million liters

 

This is a testimony thatTanzania is the biggest consumer of petroleum products. The demand is so high. No matter how much is imported still extra fuel is needed to meetTanzania’s needs and their businesses.

And you can also fast track your journey towards achieving your financial goals and freedom.

Itdoesn’t matter what profession you are in.

It doesn’t matter what grade you got in school.

The petrol station business is one everyone can do.The reasons that the petrol station businessproven to work are:

  1. You sell“need” and not “wants”

When you run a petrol station business you are offering customers with what they need and not what they want.

Does it sound confusing?Let me clarify.

“Need” is something you have to have or something you can’t do without. We need food, we need shelters.

On the other hand, “want” is something you wish you could have,or something you can live without. We wish to have “big house.” We wish to buy a G-wagon.

The same way is true for petrol station. Diesel, petrol, kerosene, and cooking gas are “needs.”

When you sell diesel, you offer necessity and not luxury. Car users,all motorists depend on this fuel on daily basis.

And from a business perspective, a product or servicethatdepend on people’s need grows by leap and bound.

  1. A recession proof business

The petrol station is asafe investment because even in recession people have to buy fuel. Do you think motorists will not move their car to a fuel station because we are in recession?

Individuals and businesses have to buy fuel regardless of the economy.

  1. A tangible investment and a tangible return.

 

  1. Low risk

 

The petrol station business is not like the forex market where your investment just liquidates. Or buying a stock where your investment is exposed to high financial risk. Even if you stop running your business, there are still scores of income streams you can tap into.

WARNING

Although, a petrol station is a rewarding business, if you jump into this business without detailed information, that is a ticket to failure.

Fortunately, I have written a book titled “HOW TO START AND RUN A PROFITABLE PETROL STATION BUSINESS IN TANZANIA.”

 

In this book, you will discover:

  • Three ways to starta filling stationbusinessin Tanzania and the easiest among them.
  • The cost(budget)of setting up a petrol stationin Tanzania.
  • The equipment and machines you need to have a completefilling station, their price and where you can buy them.
  • Three ways to be a dealer of large oil marketing companies in Tanzania.
  • The factors determining the profit margin of petrol station in Tanzania.
  • How to set up a petrol station business using the brand name of major oil marketing companies like PUMA, TOTAL, etc.
  • The marketing strategies you should employ for your petrol station.
  • How To controltheft and avoidrobbery in your filling station (ignore this and watch robbers flock in every now and then.)
  • The challenges associated with running a petrol station in Tanzania.
  • List of all permits and licenses you need to get to run a petrol station without getting into a legal trouble in Tanzania.

 

“HOW TO STARTAND RUN A PROFITABLE PETROL STATION BUSINESS IN TANZANIA”will make a huge difference in your life. You risk nothing.You can have the book, not at the original price of $25.00 (TZS 50,000) butfor only $ 20.97 (TZS 41947).

If you were to compile all the information contained in the bookon your own, it could cost you$200 (TZS 400,000).

But this book will save you hassles, money and your precious time.

To buythe book, make a payment of$20.97 (TZS41947) through Tgopesa, M Pesa to any of these numbers:

1.+25568995711

  1. +255655376543

Once your payment is done, send an SMS to+25568995711 or+255655376543 with the following details:

  • Your full email
  • Your email address

Alternatively, send an email with above details to info@tanzaniapetroleum.com

The moment we receive your email or SMS and we confirm your payment, the eBook will be delivered to your email address (in PDF format) within ten minutes.

You can then download it and read it on yourSmartphone or computer.

P.S:  Remember this discount offer expires in 3  days after this date (2/9/2017)you will pay the regular price of $25 (TZS 50,000). So, don’t miss out on this opportunity.

Order your copy now.

 

 

 

Updated: August 30, 2017 — 9:55 AM
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