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The Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area

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We focus on a small client base in order to optimize our effectiveness.

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Infomercial Legend Matthew Lesko Subject of Documentary, Still Laughing at Government

Over 30 years ago, Matthew Lesko, a retired Naval officer equipped with an MBA in Computer Information Systems, launched a consulting career educating Fortune 500 executives on how to take advantage of little-known government programs. Later, he decided his true calling in life was to teach the average American how they too could coax cash from Uncle Sam.
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Riddle Me This: An Interview with Matthew Lesko, the 'Question Mark Suit' Guy and 'Free Money' Author

I was knee-deep in LeadsCon festivities last week, trekking from one session to the next and chasing down attendees and company reps for meetings, when my coworker pinged me via email. It read, 'Matthew Lesko of 90's era infomercial fame is at LeadsCon. . .
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Who, What, Where? Behind The Occupy DC Scenes With Matthew Lesko

About this episode Glittarazzi, along with Matthew Lesko learn more about the people of Occupy DC Glittarazzi, along with Matthew Lesko learn more about the people of Occupy DC Less
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Author giving scholarships to single parents at FCC

New York Times best-selling author and entrepreneur Matthew Lesko is bringing his free government money to Frederick Community College.Adorned in a cap and gown covered with his trademark bright yellow question marks, Lesko visited students and college administrators Wednesday as he announced the creation of the "I Don't Need My Government Money Scholarship."
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Samson PR

With more than two decades of experience placing clients on major television and radio shows for authors and small businesses, I am now taking on new clients. I don’t believe that getting your foot in the door should cost you an arm and a leg.