Scientology Information Center Hosts Seminar On “Secrets of My Successful Business” by Grandson of BB King

CLEARWATER, Fla, June 02, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- On 26 May, Christopher King, entrepreneur and grandson of Blues Legend BB King, shared the key to his success with a special seminar hosted by The Way to Happiness Association of Tampa Bay at the Scientology Information Center, in downtown Clearwater. Twenty-three business professionals and residents were in attendance.

Mr. Christopher King Speaking at Business Seminar following reception in Scientology Information Center

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One of the guests said, “This seminar helped shed some light on communication issues I have had and has helped me gain a new perspective about life. Thank you!”

Mr. King spoke of the precepts from the book The Way to Happiness and gave his own personal experiences in applying them. These precepts included: Take Care of Yourself; Set a Good Example; and Safeguard and Improve Your Environment.

Mr. King has built a fashion brand, an acting career and a non-profit organization, The Gentlemen’s Course, providing life skills to youth. Mr. King is no stranger to the stage as he frequently holds seminars covering the essentials of business etiquette, branding, marketing and what it takes to succeed.

The Way to Happiness was written by L. Ron Hubbard in 1981, a common-sense guide to better living comprising 21 moral principles. Living in a world where not everyone is honest and chances of success are at times dim, the 21 principles in the book arrest the moral decline and guides individuals towards ethical choices. Used by corporate executives, community leaders and educators for more than twenty-five years, The Way to Happiness has proven an unqualified success at changing employee attitudes, conduct and the ability to solve problems.

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For Immediate Release Dylan Pires (727) 467-6860

Source:Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization