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CHIEF ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP IS EXPANDING.. AGAIN.. and again!!!

YAHOO.. HOOYAH!! Recruits rule!!!
We hear ya!!! Back by popular request through the online feedback as well as emails and comments on my blog here, we are pleased to announced the opening of 8 more platoons at our existing locations. We are also delighted to announced our new Twice-A-Week program at Ampang, Damansara Heights, Bandar Utama and Subang Jaya USJ1.

The new Twice-A-Week (8-Sessions a month) Military Corps program Codename "MC8" platoons are as follows:
1) Ampang Tango (Every Tuesday & Thursday) (5:45am to 6:45am)

2) Damansara Heights Yankee (Every Tuesday & Thursday) (6:45pm to 7:45pm)

3) Bandar Utama Tango (Tuesday & Thursday) (5:45am to 6:45am)

4) Bandar Utama Yankee (Tuesday & Thursday) (5:45pm to 6:45pm)

5) Subang Jaya USJ1 Sierra (Monday, Wednesday) (5:45am to 6:45am)

6) Cyber Jaya Yankee (Tuesday & Thursday) (6:45pm to 7:45pm)
Note: All Sierra, Yankee & Tango program is priced at RM199.00 and early bird price RM149.00 (registration before 19 November 2011) Registration is now open by clicking "New Registration" (totally new recruit) or click "Members Only" for existing recruits at www.COBC.biz

All Sierra, Yankee & Tango are not allowed to replaced any missed session and "Buffet" service is not applicable. "Buffet" service is only applicable for recruits at Military Corps 12-session a month program. The early bird discount which includes the "buffet" codename MC12 is at RM249.00 before 19 November 2011. After the deadline, the price is back to RM299.

Our NEW Military Corps 12-sessions (3x a week) platoons are as follows:

7) Shah Alam Alpha (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) (5:45am to 6:45am)

8) Penang Charlie (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday) (5:45am to 6:45am)

These completes our 2011 expansion as planned with a total of 21 platoons!!

THE SUMMARY OF OUR PLATOONS PER LOCATIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:


Lets celebrate Christmas and start the new year with a brand new physically and mentally sexier look!!
HOOYAH!!
Psst.. pssst.. coming soon.. Weekend Special!! Stay Tuned to Stay Tune..!!!


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