Ferraris, McLarens and Millionaires

Yesterday, I showed my car at the Beaulieu supercar show. This was my first ever visit to a car show or car museum, so I wasn’t really sure what to expect. 

My car ended up being placed next to a big line of Ferraris, McLarens, and Lamborghinis, and I spent most of the day answering lots of questions about my car. 

I even had loads of people wanting to take photos of my car, and also see what it was like to sit inside the car.

I also spent quite a lot of time walking around the show looking at other cars and talking to car owners. 

I ended up getting a little bit sunburned, and I’m paying the price this morning. I left the show at four o’clock, along with a long convoy of Lamborghinis and Ferraris.

We drove through the local town of Beaulieu, and there was a barrage of photographers all taking photos of our cars whilst we drove through the town. 

I am not really used to that sort of attention,
to be honest.

We all ended up playing a game of tag on the motorway, which was kind of fun, and then eventually we all split up and went our own ways.

If you’d like to see some photos, I’ve uploaded some of the best pictures to Facebook. 

During lunchtime, I was invited to the owners’ marquee, where they laid on a free lunch for all the car owners. I ended up sitting next to a couple of millionaires. 

The guy on my left owned two McLarens, and the guy on my right owned a Bugatti Veyron. They asked what kind of car I had, and I told them I had a Tesla. 

I wasn’t really sure how this would go down in such a petrolhead community, but they seemed impressed, and I started a big debate about electric cars and renewable energy. 

We all were chatting for about an hour on the subject, and whether electric cars were going to eventually take over from petrol/Gas cars.

They all seemed to agree that battery-powered cars were the future, which kind of surprised me. 

Now, this is the cool thing.

I was sitting there in the owners’ marquee, and I did end up making some affiliate commissions. 


Well, I handed out my Tesla affiliate link to a bunch of people around my table, and guess what? 

One person has already signed up. There’s nothing like a bit of old-fashioned offline marketing. When you combine offline marketing with affiliate marketing, there’s a lot of money to be made. Would you like to find out more?

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All the best, 

Sarah Staar 

Quick thought: Yesterday was the first car show I’ve ever attended. Wow. This is a great place to find high-net-worth individuals.

I’m going to start to build a list of affiliate products which high-net-worth individuals want to buy. Holiday houses, supercars, yachts. Watch this space.

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