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LRE 1-on-1 Provides Free Real Estate Investment Training to Area High School Seniors


Washington DC, Aug 18, 2006/-- Many area students find themselves deadlocked after there graduation regarding which path they will take for their future. This especially happens when they may not have gotten great grades and either didn’t apply or weren’t accepted in to any colleges. LRE 1-on-1, seeing the need for more options for those seniors have decided to make a contribution to their futures. LRE 1-on-1, will offer free Real Estate Investment training to any High School Senior who shows a sincere desire to pursue this field.

This information will officially be announced at an upcoming free real estate investment seminar given by LRE 1-on-1, on August 23rd, 2006, in Largo, MD at Borders Books, Music Cafe. “We are excited and optimistic about the outcome of this relationship between our company and the youth entreprenuers in this area”, said Lola Thompson, Senior Partner,with LRE 1-on-1. “We have some powerful young people who are making it happen in Real Estate Investment currently enrolled in our program. We are passionate about making a difference in the lives of youth, which can only project a positive light into other areas of their lives as well.”

LRE 1-on-1 is a real estate investment training company which has approximately 66 students in their program. They are determined to personalize real estate training through their proven one on one training method. “It works to train one on one. We help by guiding and holding the hands of so many people who have let go of their dreams of being investors because they felt lost in the sea of infomercials and Expensive mentoring programs”, said Haywood Barber, Mentor with LRE 1-on-1. We get the job done, we are developing a family of investors who know what they are doing and love helping other to do it as well"

Ms. Thompson was previously a counselor working with an area youth training/academic program. It was through this program that she learned the importance of having multiple options for youth. “Everyone does not have the same interest. Some young people may be excited about becoming plumbers, Secretaries, and Computer Technologist, but what about the ones with varied interest? Seeing the limited options and trade choices made my partner, Haywood Barber, and I realize that it was time to do our part in broadening the spectrum with regard to our youth.”

Ms. Thompson also shares that she can’t wait till this time next year to celebrate the one year anniversary of the real estate investment youth program that she is sure will be an overwhelming success!.


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