Dear Early to Rise Reader -
It's July 2, 1962.
A young man opens a discount store in Rogers, Arkansas.
Five years later, the family business expands to 24 stores. Sales reach $12.6 million.
Fast forward to 2009.
According to Forbes, this "discount store" is now the world's largest public corporation by revenue. It generated an astounding $404.06 billion in revenues in 2009. And that was during the recession.
And get this...
In March of this year... Forbes estimated the family behind this corporation had an estimated combined net worth of $89.5 billion.
That's right. $89.5 billion. This makes them one of the richest families in the world.
It might make you wonder...
What's this "Family Secret" all about?
How did this "Family Secret" help turn a single store into the world's largest corporation by revenues?
How did it help a small family from Arkansas become one of the wealthiest families in the world?
And... most importantly... how can YOU use this simple yet powerful "Family Secret" to start building your own personal wealth... much in the same way this $89.5 billion family did?
Please read the following report to find out just how quick and easy it is to start building your own personal wealth using this $89.5 Billion "Family Secret"... almost immediately.
To your success,
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