Atlanta, GA -- September 12, 2016 -- Navigator International, Inc. has announced the launch of a proprietary marketing system aimed at opening the $8+ trillion worldwide travel industry to home-based business owners like never before. The Bucket List Tools system offers entrepreneurs powerful proven technologies that help facilitate massive duplication and results for people who have no experience, leveling the playing field for the masses to achieve success.
Company president Camaron Corr commented, "The landscape of the direct sales industry has changed over the course of the last decade. Customers and regulators are focused on product value, and entrepreneurs have increased their expectations about the tools needed to be successful. The Bucket List Tools system raises the bar for the entire industry. There has simply never been anything like this!"
Having previously built one of the largest travel businesses in the history of the industry with more than 230,000 distributors, Corr continued, "I know what it takes to help a team of 'Average Joes' break out and truly be successful, but with all that success we never had anything close to the power and simplicity of this system. People can literally change their lives by plugging into this technology. It's an absolute game changer."
Bucket List Tools was developed by the "WWW Guy", industry marketing veteran, Mike Darling. The platform (available at includes a full portfolio of professional websites, sales funnels, and powerful marketing tools designed to empower the novice entrepreneur to achieve success like never before. Built for the exclusive use of the Bucket List Heros team, the system was custom designed based on 20+ years of proven technology and experience.
"After decades developing marketing systems for companies," remarked Darling, "I made the decision to leave the vendor space behind in order to engage directly with the field, and develop the most powerful system yet! Creating a fully integrated system where literally every line of code is truly custom designed for this specific business building process, we've been able to take the technology to the next level in ways no company or software vendor could ever justify doing. The era of the unsolicited outbound sales pitch is over. 'Pull' has replaced 'push' and inbound marketing is king. Trust is built with customers by providing true value up front, and at no cost. Product information is shared, not sold. This is exactly what the Bucket List Tools system is all about. Historically we charged $100's per month for a fraction of this technology, yet it's made available here for free!"
Corr added, "People are having a blast while earning an income! And the lifestyle change can be profound as they travel to the exotic locations they've always dreamed about. Travel Opportunity is a product that sells itself. After all, who wouldn't like to get a 5-star vacation experience at a 1-star price? We have a product that everybody wants! And now people can literally 'eat' their way on to a vacation as well by earning travel credits at restaurants they're already dining at!"
About Navigator International, Inc:
Camaron Corr is recognized as one of the top Network Marketing Professionals in the world. He is a sought-after trainer, coach, mentor and speaker that has been featured in Success Magazine and many other industry publications. His success in the travel arena is well documented, having built a business with his team to over 4.5 million customers. He has earned millions of dollars in commissions himself, but his true passion is helping others, including many that have become millionaires as well.
About The WWW Guy:
Since 1996, Mike Darling's systems and consulting services have been utilized by more than 70 direct sales companies to empower their distributors. Specializing in automated online marketing systems, lead generation, and search engine optimization (SEO), the technology is widely acknowledged as having pioneered many of the services considered internet marketing standards today and have been utilized by over 20 million system users in 163 countries.