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Matt Argall Takes CCHR Experience Into His Current Business Ventures

MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 03/28/14 -- In today's fast-paced environment where news are on the Internet minutes after they happen, everybody is accessible through their smart phone at all times, and even our free-time is filled with appointments, we sometimes need to stop, take a deep breath, and relax. Some people resort to yoga to bring balance into their lives, others mediate or keep a gratitude journal. There are numerous ways to relax and decompress even on the busiest of days. For people who are not quite sure how to go about it, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights of St. Louis is now offering a free public seminar, including lunch, on stress relieve and the correlation between physical stress and mental stress. The event takes place in a church auditorium in Missouri and will provide participants with helpful information on the topic.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) was founded as a nonprofit organization that aims at helping and protecting consumers in the health sector. The organization, founded in 1969, set itself the mission to help with the implementation of more than 150 laws that were passed to protect individuals. CCHR is spearheaded by a Board of Advisors which consists of representatives of different professions including doctors, lawyers, scientists, legislators, educators, business professionals, artists as well as civil and human rights representatives. Members come from all walks of life, one of them is the avid entrepreneur Matt Argall.

A successful businessman from Florida, Matt Argall joined the Citizens Commission on Human Rights International as a teenager. Back then he was encouraged to pick an organization that helps the human kind and to support their cause. He chose the Citizens Commission on Human Rights with the aim to make a change in his community and help others. As part of his work for the organization, he started looking into their marketing department, especially the group's telemarketing efforts. He was curious to find out what successful people did in order to prosper in that field. Little did he know that this would be the beginning of his marketing career: He started out as the treasurer for CCHR and was later appointed their president. In his role as the treasurer, Matt came into close contact with people making donations to the human rights cause. Many of those donors were owners of various marketing companies, and Matt jumped at the opportunity to learn from their extensive experience.

Today, Matt Argall is successfully applying his experience with the CCHR to his entrepreneurial ventures. Following his parents' footsteps, who have established a chiropractic business in Canada and later two clinics in Florida when Matt was still a kid, Matt founded several companies himself. His business models cover a lot of ground, ranging from the gas and electricity industry, to a student loan debt consolidation system, to phone services. While some of his businesses in the past even brought him to Brazil, Matt is now looking into profitable investments on the US market. Recently he has been looking into various industries, such as those of mortgage lending, water filtration, and greeting cards.

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