Net Savings Link, Inc. (OTCBB: NSAV), a company that generates revenue by providing high impact, electronically deliverable and individually branded incentives to businesses, organizations, non-profits and networks to increase their traffic, sales and profits, announced today the completion of its first new strategic partnership following the recent announcement of its new business plan with Bruce Mack of Mack Financial Solutions.
Bruce Mack, CEO of Mack Financial Solutions, is one of the nation's foremost authorities on reducing both household expenses and business debt. Mack, author of "Changing Your Financial Future," has developed multiple software and coaching programs including the "Financial Relief Accelerator" which eliminates personal and business debt, as well as personal or business mortgages, in 10 years or less.
"We are very fortunate to be working with Bruce Mack as he is a well known and respected persona, author, speaker, and coach in the personal expense, debt reduction and budgeting marketplace. Bruce's program, 'The Financial Relief Accelerator,' is one of the nation's leading software and coaching programs that has helped thousands turn their financial lives around," said David Saltrelli, CEO.
"Bruce and Mack Financial Solutions represent the perfect strategic partner as defined in our recently announced mission statement, new business strategy, and accompanying new website (http://www.NetSavingsLink.com
). They are an organization that has reached critical mass in terms of current customer base, volume lead generation, and expanding market share. However, the real bonus for us is that Bruce is already a formidable entity in our specifically targeted market of reducing expenses for the masses. Therefore, the beneficial synergy generated by the combination of the powerful NSL consumer savings system and associated high impact incentive program for businesses, along with all that 'The Mack Machine' brings to the table, should be a growth development formula for both organizations in the near future," added Saltrelli.
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