Executive Council Sponsors PinkSlipMixers

The ECLV sponsored the 2nd PinkSlipMixer on March 3, 2010 at Aurora Lounge inside the LUXOR. Here is the FOX 5 news clip of the Mixer. http://www.fox5vegas.com/video/22736435/index.html

ECLV Members help Soldiers' Angels

Soldiers' Angel is a non-profit organization founded by the great niece of the late, great General George S. Patton. Patti Patton-Bader was inspired to found Soldiers' Angels when her son was deployed to Iraq. Their motto is, "Let no Soldier go unloved." Soldiers' Angels make it a point to greet every soldier that returns home from their deployment. Soldiers' Angels is working on a USO for McCarran Airport (Las Vegas) so our troops have a place to relax before or after deployment.

The Executive Council is proud to have volunteered their time to help the cause of Soldiers' Angels.

ECLV member, Valerie Harper, volunteering

ECLV member, Valerie Harper, volunteering
Soldier's Angels information table, February 19, 2010

ECLV member, Norman Boris, volunteering with Jeni Ford

ECLV member, Norman Boris, volunteering with Jeni Ford
Soldiers' Angels information table, February 19, 2010

ECLV member, Tim Harsh, volunteering

ECLV member, Tim Harsh, volunteering
Soldiers' Angels event at RV show, Cashman Field, February 18, 2010

ECLV Pink Slip Mixer held at Hawaiian Tropic, Planet Hollywood

Answer: On Marketing

Executive Council said...

For me to give you a more accurate answer, I would have to know what business you're in. Putting that aside, the simple answer is to analyze what advertising and marketing vehicles you have used over the past year or so. Which ones have delivered the best results? If it is, say, direct mail and you have also used regular newspaper ads and also radio, then I would eliminate the newspaper and radio and put more effort into direct mail only. The worst mistake people make in this type of economy is to stop their marketing efforts altogether. Do you have a database of potential and previous customers? I would be eblasting at least once a month with special offers and incentives to come in. Don't do it more than that, as you will then become a nuisance and end up in the junk mail file. Remember, "down" economies are the best time to grab market share. Your competition is often afraid to advertise and it's a perfect time to create dominance in your category.-Ursula

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