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We Want Your Two Cents! - Two cents in today announced its new website dedicated to help one single featured business at a time get the funding needed to launch and we simply ask for your two cents.
Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) February 14, 2014
Two cents in today announced its new website dedicated to help one single featured business at a time get the funding needed to launch. The website is simply asking for your two cents.
As we all know the old saying goes Let me give you my two cents worth. And following that, we sometimes even like what we hear. Now, the new website TwoCentsIn.com, is giving people the chance to give their two cents and opinions.
People all over the country can now pay to give that two cents. The best part is, they are not just giving ideas and opinions, they are also giving their money. They are helping launch new ideas and new companies by contributing two cents, both in words and in cash.
Helping to get Americans jobs and get companies the opportunity to succeed and launch is the goal of TwoCentsIn.com owner Mark Welsh says. It a very simple idea. Instead of giving a dollar to someone on the street, lets help companies launch to stimulate job growth.
Simplicity is the idea behind this new venture. If people want to give their opinion, (or their 2 cents), they have to pay for it. In-turn, the company receives valuable feedback and funding to get the company launched.
Mr. Welsh stated, America needs jobs, business, companies, and sometimes a helping hand. Most people have had an idea, or an opinion about an idea. Now its time to help them out. Just go to the TwoCentsIn.com, give a few bucks through PayPal, and give your opinion. Help the featured company grow and launch, while contributing valuable insight.
TwoCentsIn.com is dedicated to helping Americans get funding needed to launch their companies when those companies have not been able to get funding traditionally or dont have the resources to get funding and almost all of the contributions go to the featured company.
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