The Alexander Resource Group, as the sole manufacturer/distributor of Zig Ziglar’s I CAN Character Curriculum, offers distributorships for the purpose of selling and training the curriculum. We also provide in-service programs for students and teachers, as well as conduct seminars, training sessions and keynote addresses for corporations. Distributors, as independent contractors, may sell any curriculum or service provided by The Alexander Resource Group.
HOW TO BECOME A DISTRIBUTOR:
Initial Investment of $2500 – includes 5 Beginner Programs (pre-k – 5th grade) and 5 Achiever Programs (6th grade and up.) The curriculum is resold for $299 plus 10% shipping/handling. When all have been sold, the distributor has made their initial investment back plus a profit of $490. This also includes an optional half day training at your expense in Macon, GA with Bob Alexander.
Future orders will be as follows:
1 – 10 programs purchased – 40% discount
11 – 25 programs purchased – 50% discount
25 + programs purchased – 60% discount
If you are seriously interested in making a positive difference in the lives of children, who one day will be making a positive difference in the world, please contact us immediately at 478-476-9081.
I Can… two powerful words that inspire our confidence… Serve as a testament to our determination to succeed… And reflect a desire to be our very best.
That’s why thousands of educators, parents and leaders of youth serving organizations across America are excited about the Customized I CAN In-Service Programs. Through I CAN, they’re not only learning the ABC’s of education, but more importantly, the ABC’s of Life – Attitude, Behavior, and Character. These are the fundamentals that enable individuals to achieve their fullest potential and bring out the best in others.
If you are looking for a positive educational, informational, inspirational and fun keynote address, in-service program, seminar, or a three day workshop, the I CAN Program is for you!
an I CAN participant says…
“The Best I’ve ever attended. We need to be teaching the ‘I CAN’ program in our school.”