Quick, what do Bill Gates, Arianna Huffington, and Mark Zuckerberg all have in common? Obviously, they’re all highly powerful CEOs of multi-billion dollar companies—but they share another important trait. They’re all avid readers.
When I bought my first adult car, I immediately removed the dealership license plate frame and decal from the tinted rear window. I thought they were tacky and I didn’t want to be doing their marketing for them. Jump forward ten years and that back window has seen stickers for Apple, Famous Stars and Straps, PawTree, Boise State University, and the occasional snarky political statement. Some have been removed successfully as I aged out of that phase of life (Apple is just not the statement it once was to me) and some have stubbornly left residue marks (I am not ashamed of my Boise State degree but the sticker was falling apart) and some have stayed since they were placed there.
Update: The contest is over and we announced the winner over here!
On April 3, 2018, Trusty Oak is giving a free marketing strategy to a non-profit serving a local community. Over the last several weeks, we have been accepting nominations for non-profits who need a marketing strategy but don't have much of a marketing budget, and now it's time to vote for a winner! Thank you to all of you who nominated a non-profit – we have some amazing nominees in the running and need your help spreading the word.