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BTG180 announces the re-launch of its penny auction platform as it takes another step closer to its goal of becoming the largest company in the world that helps underprivileged children around the world.
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
BTG180 has relaunched their online penny auction site BTGPennyAuctions.com to an eager audience ready to save up to 99% on great name brands while helping to send money to underprivileged and orphaned children worldwide.
The mission at BTG 180 is simple TO HELP CHILDREN IN NEED! With every bid placed, no matter who ultimately wins a particular item, the real winners are underprivileged children all over the world. BTG has already supported childrens causes in over 10 countries through its BTG Charities and affiliated third party non-profit groups, but this is only the beginning. Founder Randy Jeffers has set the lofty goal of creating the worlds largest company that helps children worldwide. With the help of a seasoned management team and a revolutionary patent pending compensation model Revenue Shared Squared, that goal is closer than ever.
The concept of the company is simple. Penny auctions allow the bidders worldwide to place bids for great items. Affiliates around the world come to BTG180 looking for a great opportunity to help and to earn. The company is now accepting affiliates in over 100 countries and the interest and growth has been phenomenal.
In addition to the penny auctions, BTG has a virtual mall, cashback shopping program, and will be soon unveiling its daily deal site Daily Deals That Give. All of these products combined allow BTG180 affiliates the opportunity to run a marketing business on the Internet from anywhere in the world. The company provides great tools and support allowing a highly profitable business that can drive the sales volumes necessary to make a lasting difference in the lives of millions of children.
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