|Sent on:||Wednesday, May 16, 2007 2:41 AM|
>1.) Different locale. The street outside Fox was pretty good, but could be better. Times Square was a bit worse due to the too-large crowds and the fact other people were handing out stuff (comedy shows and what not). Lets try other locals like Union Square and the Village. Any other ideas? I also think we should spread out a bit more and have 2 people on every block for blocks on end. What do you guys think?
Definitely a different location and spreading out would help. Union Square is excellent, but promoting in front of colleges would be great as well.
>3.) Thats why corporate interests use women to promote stuff.
Maybe I should come dressed in an American flag bikini with a copy of the constitution in hand. hahahah jk jk :)
BTW, it was nice meeting you guys tonight. It's definitely empowering being apart of such a great group.
-Marisa>From: "Avery J. Knapp Jr." <[address removed]> >Reply-To: [address removed] >To: [address removed] >Subject: [ronpaul-50] Outreach and Debate of May 15 >Date: Wed, 16 May[masked]:29:25 -0400 (EDT) > >Great job tonight guys and gals! > >We had an as-expected turnout (15 for outreach, 20+ for debate [plus a baby!]), and we got the message out to hundreds and the branding of Dr. Paul out to thousands of people tonight. > >A few of us were interviewed by NPR, unexpectedly. I'll let you know if any of us get on the air. If we do, I hope it turns out o.k. > > >We're always looking to improve, so I think there are 3 ways we can improve our outreach > > >2.) Improved flyers. We need to further customize our flyer to emphasize that Ron Paul is a PRESIDENTIAL candidate and to make the flyer sleeker and a bit more streamlined (sexier). Can someone/a few people help edit it and upload it to the "Files" section? Remeber, we're customizing to the New York City base. > > > >REGARDING THE DEBATE, >Dr. Paul took on Guiliani's warlike policy and American's foreign policy, and we'll see how this plays out, but I believe it was a net positive for Dr. Paul and negative for most others. I'm cautiously optimistic. It was fun hanging out with you guys tonight and laughing at the neocons and non-freedom Republicans. > >Please post your picture on our meetup group so people can remember who you are. Thanks again. Any more ideas/suggestions? Feel free to post to the message board and vote in the polls. > > > > > > > > >-- > >This message was sent by Avery J. Knapp Jr. (member profile: http://ronpaul.meetup.com/50/members/4160866/) from Manhattan+ Young Persons Ron Paul 2008 Action Group NYC. > > > >To unsubscribe from this list or to update your mailing list settings, visit your account page: > >http://www.meetup.com/account/?tab=comm > > > >Meetup.com Customer Service: [address removed] > >632 Broadway New York NY 10012 USA > > > >