AbetterlifeThailand.com Helps People on a Budget Live an Affluent Lifestyle in Thailand
Expats Gary Orman and David Yow spent more than 200 hours creating a complete seminar on living in Thailand. Their "A Better Life Thailand" seminar will help persons wishing to live in Thailand to make an easy move with no mysteries or guesswork.
- (1888PressRelease) July 23, 2012 - COEUR D' ALENE, ID., - As more people struggle to afford food, housing, transportation and medical care, one company has introduced a unique solution for the rising cost of living in America.
The founders of A Better Life announced today the release of its initial website, http://www.abetterlifeThailand.com, aimed at people wanting to live a better life, by helping them relocate to exotic Thailand.
Entrepreneurs David Yow and Gary Orman saw a need in the marketplace for a turnkey solution where they help people to visit or relocate to Thailand because of its luxurious yet affordable lifestyle, even for those on a limited budget.
"47 Million people are on food stamps, and that number has been growing every year because of the devastating economy", says Mr. Yow. "America is unaffordable to a lot of people, and those who are working are just not earning enough to make ends meet." Felicity O'Hanlon of Potters bar, mother of 3 children says: "Even with my husband's teacher salary and my income from private tutoring, we haven't been able to afford to go out for a pizza for three years."
Mr. Yow explained, "Our solution is to help them move to Thailand, where you can live a good lifestyle, eating out every day, on only $900 per month. With $1200, you can live like a king."
David will be revisiting Thailand in mid-July to meet up with his partner, Mr. Orman, who's been living in Thailand for seven years, to continue their research. They will be hosting a comprehensive, 2-day seminar in London, Seattle and Los Angeles in Oct/Nov this year where they will educate people on how to live in Thailand and earn a decent income online while abroad.
"Many people don't realize that Thailand is a safe, sophisticated country with a modern infrastructure. The healthcare is top-notch, with virtually no waiting time; and it's only 1/10 the cost of private healthcare," Mr. Yow says. "Even if you have no insurance, most people can still afford medical treatment in Thailand. Many people find that the total cost of travelling to Thailand plus treatment is still a fraction of the cost of obtaining the same treatment in America."
"Thailand has so much to offer - the food is delicious, the housing is modern and inexpensive, and the people are very friendly. It's paradise", he said.
A Better Life will assist people who want to come to Thailand temporarily for medical treatment or to get away during the dreary winter months, as well as those who are ready to make a permanent move. They also help clients find a house or apartment, make friends, even find a loyal companion.
Their new website has a private and confidential forum for discussions and asking questions. David will also be posting his journal documenting the process of discovering Thailand and making the big move with videos, pictures and articles.
To learn more about living in Thailand and their upcoming seminar, go to www.abetterlifeThailand.com.