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bogilvie
06-08-2007, 08:42 PM
Had an Idea!
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Since I hve acess to the Air base, as soon as I get my flyer done I am going on a flyer rampage of sort!

It occured to me that there are many flying squadrons with many aircrew members who frequently are away from home. Some of these guys make big bucks and most live off of base!

And since I am a veteran and work on base and my name and logo are aviation oriented I am going to go to the squadron offices and distrute my flyer and do some name dropping.

Then I am going to put a cheap ad in the weekly base newspaper as well as target the on base housing.

The only thing is no soliciting on base housing! But how many LCO's have access to base housing? not too many is my guess! I only see one small ad for a LCO in the back classfied section.

Any other Ideas would be great! Thanks *- Brian

Steve
06-09-2007, 04:07 PM
Hi Brian,

I think that is a great idea. Take advantage of your contacts!

Remember also I haven't received any photo submissions from anyone yet, doing some lawn care work to thank a vet. If you send some pics in, I have two free magnets for your truck and one free lawn care business training package from summer101 to give away.

bogilvie
06-09-2007, 05:13 PM
Roger that! I think I can rustle up a vet or two! I know of a few in the neigborhood, but they like to get thier grandchildren to do it or do it themselves for excercise!

What are the requirements besides the pictures, do you want me to get a referal letter?

Steve
06-09-2007, 05:57 PM
Quote[/b] ]What are the requirements besides the pictures, do you want me to get a referal letter?

Just a couple of photos (before and after). Tell us what you did. Maybe some of the military background of the vet you helped. It would make for a great story. Ultimately you could use it as a press release for your local paper. I bet the editor would love to see a story about how you reached out to a local vet to help. This could help you reach out more to your community.