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02/26/2014

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Awesome read, and amazing idea, Vin !

Very interesting lead generation tactic! What does your cards read? Thanks for sharing this one

Crazy! Seems like a long shot, but weirder things have happened.

Nice. Never thought about that. I wonder if it would work in any place with magazines like Doctor's offices. I even wonder if you can approach airlines and ask them to do it and you can pay them. Maybe even offer to provide them the cups you get when they pass out beverages and put your brand on the cups!

This is not so crazy.

Many years ago, I was in the discount airline ticket business prior to 2001 when the internet took over.

Our slogan was "Get Out Of Town".

I used to go through the toll-plazas in Orlando and pay for the person's toll behind me and leave my card with the attendant to give to the next driver.

It always paid off.

I got so much business from that simple little tactic.

What dos your card look like? It would be great to see it.

Thanks for sharing,

Scott Bender Orlando, Florida

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