CPR Promotional Check-Up
March 9, 2011
First, if you're going to do a remote at a theme park, mike yourself and ride the rides. Most theme park broadcasts are as exciting as a remote from Popeyes. One of the stations has been tasked to do "something" on opening day. They're looking at doing a cellphone scavenger hunt. As everyone comes in they're given a list of things to take a photo of when they're strolling the park.
- Little boy with ice cream on his shirt
- Baby in stroller
- Strolling musician
- Someone screaming on a ride
- Someone wearing a Dale Earnhardt t-shirt
- A guy wearing a fanny pack
- A smiling park employee
- A park employee cleaning up litter with tongs
- Someone laying down on a park bench
- A family all dressed similarly
Bring in your cell phone to the station jock and win a prize if you found all ten.
About to start "somewhere". Again, just a series of club events geared at the financially challenged local students who can't afford to join their drunken friends in Mexico or South Padre. I flew yesterday and can attest that Spring Break has begun. To be a CHR and not acknowledge it would be pretty sad.
They're about to return at one of the stations. Great prizes? Absolutely. But a lot of stations seem to have forgotten that we're in show business and have just done incredibly boring stuff with them. Said station is going to do what Magic in Colorado Springs did; and make these celebrity's purses. So not only do you win Britney's purse, but the pack of Marlboro's, the flipflops and the bottle of prescription anti-psychotic meds that were in it. Or Lindsays purse with a can of Red Bull and an Indigo Girls CD.