Monday, June 2, 2008

Recycling Fame


Would you like to start a business that will be both profitable and environmentally proactive?

Sure you would. You love the environment and you love money. You are one of those new "green-green" entrepreneurs.

Here is the idea. Secure a contract to handle recycling for several major production companies, Warner Bros., Universal, Paramount, etc. You can call the company "Recycling Stars."

I know what you are thinking, "These companies are required by law to recycle a certain amount of their waste, don't they already have recycling handled in house and or by independent contractors? How am I going to get them to break their current contracts?"

I'm glad you were thinking this.

You can get these contracts by severely undercutting the competition.

Why would you do this? Because you are going to recycle scripts and paper from the sets of major motion pictures, such as Michael Clayton, The Bourne Supremacy, Sex and the City, etc. into high-priced and highly collectible stationary and the like. The real money is going to come from the sales of this recycled paper.

How much do you think people would be willing to pay for high quality stationary that may have passed through George Clooney's hands in some way, shape, or form? Before you answer that, take into account the fact that someone recently paid $350,000 for a kiss from him.

I am very confident that a Ocean's 15 stationary set can be sold for close to $100, so get out there and save the environment, while making some money!

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