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Enjoy lunch with Lemonis for just $495

Enjoy lunch with Lemonis for just $495

BOSTON — RV owners, suppliers, manufacturers and just about anyone else can register today to have lunch with Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis June 8 at the Boston Convention and Exposition Center.

At $495 per person, the lunch is pricey, but it does feature a question-and-answer session and gives ticket holders “platinum” level seating, just one section away from the main stage at the Ultimate Wealth and Achievement Summit. People also get a free copy of Tony Robbins book “Unshakeable.” However, it does not appear that people get the opportunity to have a photo taken with Lemonis.

For those with more money to spend, other options are available and all include lunch with Lemonis. The next level is $1,995, which includes a photo op with either Robbins, or Patriots quarterback Tom Brady plus Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman.

For just $2,995, people can have lunch with Lemonis and get their pictures taken with Robbins, Brady and Edelman. Hurry, only three tickets remain at this level.

The Ultimate Wealth and Achievement Summit is billed as a “blockbuster event” with  the “World’s No. 1 business strategist Tony Robbins,” Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady, Julian Edelman, CNBC’s “The Profit” Marcus Lemonis, and Skinnygirl founder Bethenny Frankel all live and in person.

Participants will get training on sales and marketing, negotiating, personal development, business skills, wealth creation, motivation and so much more, the website noted.

Special industry-leading experts will share their tips on successful new strategies to create additional revenue streams and maximize wealth creation.

For more information and to register for the Ultimate Wealth and Achievement Summit in Boston, visit

SOURCE: Tony Robbins Tour website.

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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