ASK’s Platinum (or The Best) Marketing Plan Goes Ruby Red.
(To further inspire The Masses)
Chicago, IL USA: Restaurants and a wild Assortment of other Businesses or Companies use the Red Ball, Circle or Sphere as their Logo or in their Logo. That’s because the Combo attracts the Eye. It’s a catchy visual. For those who cannot read, they definitely can ‘read the Red Ball’s Meaning in a single glance.” No rough edges appear. It’s smooth. It gets a person interested in The Product and becomes a Business Card that is not thrown away because it resembles something boring and inconsequential.
Therefore: Why not sell Photos of THE REDBALL in these Locales after KP’s RBP leaves town – as a Memory of the Great Red Ball Spirit and Contribution Kurt’s Team made while visiting that particular City. As for Chicago, after the COWS ON PARADE ™ Public Art Display was over in October of 1999, the individual Cows were placed on the Auction Block.
A Photo Contest could be announced within the next few Days where all The Photos that People take or have taken during this Month of September are gathered, evaluated and processed. To celebrate and keep the Momentum in swing, another such Red Tie (as opposed to a Black Tie Event) could be held in October which is considered Artist’s Month in The Windy City.
Modern Postcard is a C Graphics Company that produces trulyawesome Postcards, moderately priced. The Winners of the RedBall Project Contest could be mass-manufactured and participating Red-Logo’d Businesses could sell them or pass them out to their Diners. You will still see small Cows On Parade at gift shops lining Michigan Avenue...9 years later.
Mouse Pads? Oh, why not! It’s not too late to pARTicipate: This is Day Day #7 of Kurt Perschke’s RedBall Project, finding its Way around The Chicago Loop to all Red Logo’d Companies alike.
Quote of ASK: Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith
Koopersmith's Global Communications
GORF Werks Central
Friday. September 12, 2008 - 7:10 AM
UPCOMING REDBALL PROJECT DATES:
The ‘Street Treats’ Continue in Shades of Red on and at:
September 13, 11 am – 6 pm: Damen Avenue & North Avenue
September 14, 11 am – 6 pm: Chess Pavilion, North Ave at the Lakefront
September 17, 2008 11 am – 6 pm: Union Station & Jackson
September 19, 11 am – 6 pm: Hyde Park Art Center (5020 South Cornell Avenue)
September 20, 10 am – 5 pm: IIT’s McCormick Tribune Campus Center (3201 South State St.)
September 23, 11 am – 6 pm: 19 S. LaSalle Street
September 24, 11 am – 6 pm: Federal Plaza (230 S. Dearborn Street)
September 25, 11 am – 6 pm: Chicago Cultural Center (78 East Washington Street)
Posted by ASK: Friday, September 12, 2008 – 10:40 AM CST