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Emmys, Protests & Coupons... the next step...

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We begin Week #2 of the Coordinated Cable Coupon Campaign.  We’ll discuss what is happening; the returns and the strategies we’ll be using this week in getting our message out.  We will have plenty of tools to share with you as we take this campaign to the grass roots across the USA, Canada and countries around the world eager to view our soaps on their televisions!  We’ve come a long way in 8 weeks as separate soap movements come together under one umbrella for one simple purpose – reinvigorating the soap genre!

Tonight we will talk about the committees we have in place and how you can help by joining.  We have lots of work to do over the next 9 weeks as we make the summer of 2011 THE SUMMER OF SOAPS!   And we’re going to discuss how we can take the disaster that was this year’s Daytime Emmys and make it work to our advantage!  In doing so, I’m going to help you connect some of those dots I always allude to!  If you REALLY believe in the soap genre, we need your help! Time is running out and we have many things coming up which could make the difference!

We’ll discuss the various fan groups working together and what our common message is going forwar including the protests which took place across the nation and what we need to do going forward to insure our message is heard.  And lastly, we will discuss the toxicity of Facebook and what we can do to encourage reason and maturity as opposed to some of the petty nonsense which takes us away from our mission.  You'll be surprised as to why some people are deliberately creating havoc in an effort to thwart the cause.   As usual, our shows are a journey together and they all go by so fast! So please, stop by, listen in and chat!

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