Skip to comments.How to Earn Money at NASCAR Races (My FIRST Kindle Article!!!)
Posted on 02/11/2012 3:23:26 PM PST by PJ-Comix
A guide to how NASCAR fans can earn money while enjoying their sport. NASCAR venues offer easy ways to earn money which the author took advantage of for two full seasons and parts of several more. Detailed examples based on the author's own experiences are given on how fans can earn at least several hundred up to a couple of thousand dollars at each NASCAR race.
A bonus section is included that will reveal the "Ground Zero" for all wholesalers where the prices are rock bottom. Even if the reader has no interest in NASCAR this wholesale information can prove to be very valuable.
The best part of working at the NASCAR races is the fun and excitement. It's one big party so enjoy yourself AND earn lots of money at the same time!
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Well, my article is for the average NASCAR fan. I have a section in my article about how it is possible to earn while doing minimal work so as to enjoy the NASCAR experience. For me the most enjoyable part of the NASCAR experience was soaking the beer suds.
Ah, I see you are from Indiana. Indianapolis? I have a section in my article about how the town of Speedway is VERY vendor friendly. My favorite place to work. I was there for several Indy 500 races and Brickyard 400.
Yeah I’ve been to almost every 500 since 1967.
If you’re a tailgater then we might have met years ago. Remember a bearded guy bearing Viper style sunglasses for sale?
There you are, PJ, giving away your secrets for freee!
Viper sunglasses are from the 90s. Won’t help now. Plus I give detailed info for folks that don’t want to work the tailgaters.
How is the Kindle Fire for reading graphics? I would like to write Kindle articles chock full of graphics and photos.
I haven’t seen any graphics in a book yet, but today I will check some out for you. The thing I don’t like about the Fire is I get too distracted if I’m reading a book. The temptation to go on FR or to see what the newest headline on Drudge is something I didn’t have with my old Kindle.
I have two Kindle Touch’s and I just picked up a Samsung Galaxy S II last week, I immediately downloaded the Amazon Android app for Kindle on it and the 100 plus books I have on the Cloud Archive is now available on the Galaxy.
Just keep in mind the page as how it would look on a smartphone as although I do carry my Kindle with me in my coat the Galaxy is in my front pocket and I can read any Kindle book on that Galaxy even in the dark as its fully lit up like a Nook.
The graphics are great on the Fire and I find it easier to navigate back to a picture or map for further reference.
Now my only problem is how to make articles available for FREE in Kindle. I tried to set the price of the test article at $0.00 but Kindle wouldn't allow me to do that and yet I do see a lot of books and articles at Kindle available for free. Does anybody know how to set the price at free?
Postscript: Walmart is hiring.
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