CPR Promotional Check-Up - Sep 6, 2013
September 6, 2013
If you have not had some fun with meet-an-inmate.com, do. It's a riot. Dave Ryan at KDWB in Minneapolis, Russell Rush at Mix in San Antonio and Dexter with Hot 92.3 in Fredericton have all reaped the benefit of other people's heinous crimes. And now...the 50 hottest women in prison. http://www.ranker.com/list/hottest-women-in-prison/trent-walker?format=SLIDESHOW&page=1
Bulking Up Your On-Site At Shows
Kiss and Mix in Phoenix kicked some serious butt at Bruno, in part to the addition of some extra entertainment from a local DJ service. Carina from CC/Phx sends a nice link with pics http://blog.helloendless.com/post/57454819662/bruno-mars-ellie-goulding-at-us-airway-center
Kick Breast Cancer
Great stations embrace all of the opportunities that October presents to do "good stuff" with maybe the best charitable cause I know that crosses all formats: breast cancer. There will be more on Breast Cancer later, but first.
Radiowave 96.7 in Windhoek sold 40,000 pairs of neon colored shoelaces at $5 a piece. I'll let you do the math. One day was "lace up" day and they were seen everywhere.
One of the very big (popularity vs. girth) talent in Australia gave up drinking for a month and donated all the money she saved to charity.
What if you had listeners give up whatever is their vice/guilty pleasure and donate the money. Kick...cigarettes. Or fastfood. Or Krispy Kreme. Whatever. Everyone has something they could quit and send in a few bucks.
Go Pink For The Cure
About 50 years ago it became popular for charities to have people pledge per mile for stuff like walks. What if listeners pledged per day that your morning show lives in pink body suits. Nah...TV would never cover that. Feels too stunty. Let's focus on developing the characters of the morning show...
The other option would be to have listeners dye their hair pink for the month for donations. And obviously there are opps for clients to get involved