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Ushering in a New Era of Coaching - the 2011 ActionCOACH Draft

ActionCOACH Canada holds a Draft for new prospects.

Ushering in a New Era of Coaching - the 2011 ActionCOACH Draft
2011-01-27
EDMONTON, AB, January 27, 2011 (Press-News.org) ActionCOACH Canada is taking their team in a new direction by offering Canadian entrepreneurs the chance to pick someone for one of 3 coveted spots on their business coaching team.

"Since we love hockey, and business coaching is very similar to sports coaching, we thought we would set up a draft that all interested Canadians could take part in so they could have the opportunity to make a difference in their life and the lives of business owners across the country," says business expert Greg Kopchuk, who heads up ActionCOACH Canada.

In keeping with the sports theme Greg is offering each qualified draft pick a $5,000 signing bonus that they can do anything with.

The ActionCOACH Canada draft launches January 27th across the country, and people can submit their draft picks until February 18th to qualify for the $5,000 referral fee.

Player prospects should fit the following criteria:
- Men and women between the ages of 30 and 40 that have business experience or owned a business
- People that are comfortable selling
- Entrepreneurs and those that like helping other people succeed and who want to make a difference in their lives and the lives of others.

"This event will be the first round of draft picks this year, and we are excited to see who comes out of the woodwork to become a franchise owner with our company, we are hoping some heavy hitters who are looking for some great opportunities will take a look at us rethink their careers," says Kopchuk.

Greg Kopchuk heads up ActionCOACH Canada, the #1 business coaching firm in Canada. They work with established and emerging small and medium businesses. They are the winners of the CFA Bronze Award of excellence for non-traditional franchises.

For information on the ActionCOACH Draft visit www.actioncoachdraft.ca
To learn about ActionCOACH Canada visit www.actioncoachcanada.ca

To book an interview contact:
Rachel Sentes, publicist
Rachel@gal-fridaypublicity.com
604-366-7846

gal-friday publicity is a book and business publicity firm located in Vancouver, Canada.

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[Press-News.org] Ushering in a New Era of Coaching - the 2011 ActionCOACH Draft
ActionCOACH Canada holds a Draft for new prospects.