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Bill Bartmann

Bill Bartmann is the world's foremost authority on profiting from government bailouts.

During the last government bailout--the savings & loan crisis--Bill went from bankruptcy to billionaire.

Today Bill's life is devoted to teaching entrepreneurs how to take advantage of the same economic climate that catapulted him to #25 on the Forbes list of wealthiest Americans.

His latest recommendations and advice on how entrepreneurs can profit from the government bailout can be found at www.showmebill.com .

Bill's book, Bailout Riches: How Everyday Investors Can Make a Fortune Buying Bad Loans for Pennies on the Dollar, is a No. 1 best seller on Amazon.com. Beyond profiting from government bailouts, Bill is a leading authority on entrepreneurship in America. Over the course of his 40 year business career he has:

Created seven successful businesses in seven different industries.

Grew a $3.5 billion, 3900 employee International company from a $13,000 loan from his kitchen table

Been named National Entrepreneur Of the Year by NASDAQ, USA Today, Merrill Lynch and the Kauffman Foundation.

Had his companies named by Inc. Magazine as one of the 500 Fastest Growing Companies In America--four years in a row.

Been awarded a permanent place in the Smithsonian Institutes Museum of American History

Received the American Academy of Achievement's Golden Plate Award as one of the Outstanding Achievers of the 21st Century.

Bill can be reached at askbill@billbartmann.com and you can learn his current recommendations for entrepreneurs at www.showmebill.com .

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