CPR Promotional Check-Up
January 28, 2011
Layers Of Love
Listeners continually amaze me. When we did Breeders Cup for the 1st time in San Francisco, the GM said "No one is going to enter to be in a pregnancy contest. " Eh. Wrong. When we pimped out Jo Jo Wright for a prom date in Charlotte, the GM said "No girl is going to ditch her boyfriend so she can go to prom with a DJ." Eh. Wrong. I had to sort through about 1000 entries from girls who gladly wanted to.
There is an adult show of sorts, an expo, coming to Halifax. Tickets are hot prizes. Q-104 did Layers Of Love. Come by and take off your clothes. Person who takes off the most wins tix. Seven people came by and got buck nekkid
I was watching "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" in a hotel room a few weeks ago. There's some secondary characters who are newlyweds. She's ready for action. He's really prudish and with the help of a vacationing rock star learns some stuff and sheds his hang-ups.
I've heard stations do couples therapy for Valentines week, but none in the past couple of years. What if you got an anonymous but happily married couple that are having these kinds of issues. She's up tight or he's scared. Whatever. Get a sex therapist in to help them work through their issues and they get a hotel stay for the 14th to try out their skillz.
Take A Swing At (Disease)
With foreclosures, you have quite a few abandoned homes. What if you found one that is scheduled to be torn down...and let your listeners do it? $10 gets you a sledgehammer, helmet, goggles and ten swings.
Slam, Jam, Tickets 'Maam
One of the stations has scads(r) of tickets to a big college basketball tourney. My suggestion is a version of Super Bowl Bookie. All weekend long the hourly caller bets their tickets on whether the DJ can slam dunk a ball. On Monday, video'ed, the weekend jocks go and try. If the callers guessed correctly whether they could make it or not, they get the tickets. If they were wrong, they get zip.