Thursday, November 24, 2011

The Apprentice in Edmonton? Business Coach Unveils Casting Call for the Best and Brightest

Edmonton, AB- Greg Kopchuk and his ActionCOACH Business Coaching team are looking for the brightest business stars to change people’s lives. And they’re taking a page from Donald Trump’s success with the Apprentice by holding a casting call for Alberta’s best business leaders to be considered for the first-ever ‘try before you buy’ concept in franchising.

From now until December 15th business owners, consultants and sales people are invited to apply to the ActionCOACH National Casting Call to be considered for six coveted spots on their team.

“As far as I know, no business coaching franchise has ever held a casting call to attract the best in business, where they will be competing with others to be chosen for their leadership skills. With the economy being the way that it is, this is the best time for anyone who is considering being their own boss to take that leap- with little financial risk,” says Kopchuk who is excited to be playing the role of Trump in this event.

There is no fee for entering and once through the preliminary rounds all contestants will have the opportunity to own a franchise for just $5,000 instead of the regular cost of $100,000 – all with the full support of the ActionCOACH coaching team. In just the first few days of the casting call ActionCOACH has received overwhelming support for their concept and the competition is already heating up.

Interested contestants are encouraged to fill out the casting call form by visiting:

To book an interview contact
Rachel Sentes, Publicist

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