CPR Promotional Check-Up - May 11, 2016
May 11, 2016
In reply to "how do you hang banners on fences in extreme heat", one who should know is Cat Thomas at KLUC: you can put duct tape on the back of it (so it doesn't show) and use a hole punch and zip ties on fences and stuff.
And from Annie Brooks at The Wolf in Portland concurs: Tell Jackie they best way is to use gaffers tape on each corner then punch a hole through that to put the zip tie through. Works great for us
A Great TV Spot
For Radio 104.1 in Hartford
For The Next Time You Have Contest Winners Going To LA
It's prom season. How embarrassing are old prom photos? You should post your airstaff's old pics on the website. C'mon. I dare you. NO ONE looks good in a a 10 or 20 or 30 year-old prom picture.
Fun With Numbers
Back in the day, one of the popular bits at subtle subterfuge was to paint "Van #1" on one side of the van and "Van #7" on the other side. Creates the impression that you have a fleet. This comes from a guy who drove "Van #14" (which I identified in all my call-ins) for six years at WLOL. Either one of these is a great way to expand on the image of having multiple vehicles on the streets. Every street teamer should be assigned a van number and that's theirs for the summer. Whenever they check in, that's the one they're in. And you NEED to have these call-ins if only to get the credit for being out in the community. Having the vehicles out 24/7 does you no good if you don't talk about it.