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Θέμα: Reality Joke: Symboyles gia marketing me aformh thn katastrofh sto WTC



(nil): Giorgos Epitidios (gepiti(@)gepiti.com)
Ημερομηνία: Σαβ 15 Σεπ 2001 - 11:54:46 EEST

Merikes fores h zvh einai pio prvtotyph apo ta anekdota. Aytos o typos
xrhsimopoiei to tromokratiko xtyphma vs aformh gia na mas symboyleysei pvs
na polemhsoyme toys tromokrates, poylvntas kalytera ta proionta mas !!!!!

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Givrgos Epithdeios

Fw: Giorgos, Who, Really, Was Attacked?

----- Original Message -----
From: "Killer Tactics Journal" <ktj(@)aesop.com>
To: <gepiti(@)gepiti.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2001 8:50 AM
Subject: Giorgos, Who, Really, Was Attacked?

> Dear Giorgos,
>
> Yesterday's attack was not just an attack on physical buildings
> - it was an attack on *your* business. It doesn't matter where
> you live - businesses around the world were attacked yesterday -
> make no mistake.
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> Some fear this attack will be "the straw that broke the camel's
> back" and send us spinning into a new depression.
>
> I have to admit that yesterday, my first reaction was a poor
> one. Frankly, I was ready for war and even told people to
> protect themselves for such. Some people mistook my advice to
> mean, "Take guns to the streets and riot." Yikes.
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> After the fact, I realized that *the* most important thing was
> to remain calm. I quickly began urging everyone to do so.
>
> However, now that we're all calm and collected, should we allow
> this to lower our spirits?
>
> Demoralizing our people and paralyzing our country is exactly
> what the terrorists want. Does it have to be so?
>
> Yesterday evening I realized it was time to get back to
> business. I gave a friend of mine that advice and it was met
> with great resistance. My friend said, "Have some respect for
> the victims of the bombings! This needs to be a time of
> mourning."
>
> Hmmm... I wonder. Is that really the best thing? I had to
> respectfully disagree with my friend.
>
> I told him that the worst thing we can do is to do nothing. Yes
> we need to mourn, we need to grieve, but we also need to move
> forward. I pray that those who lost their lives, their friends
> and their families will not take this the wrong way. They truly
> have my deepest sympathies, and every fiber of my being screams
> out for justice, resolution, and peace.
>
> We all feel this way, but we need to pick up the pace of
> commerce and industry again with a renewed sense of resolve. I
> don't know about you, but I refuse to let this cowardly attack
> change my way of life or destroy my business - the business I
> have sacrificed so much for in the last 7 years.
>
> My business will move forward. Next week we will release a new
> product right on schedule. Do not think for a second that
> moving forward with your business is disrespectful of the
> victims of this attack.
>
> YOU were a victim of this attack. This was an attack on your
> freedom, with the aim of paralyzing your way of life and the way
> you conduct your business.
>
> Conducting business as usual is disrespectful of no one - except
> the cowards who are responsible for these acts.
>
> Here is my plan. If you join me in this, you'll be doing your
> part to get the economy - and our spirits - roaring back:
>
> 1. Market your products today with no sense of shame. Do so
> with pride. As an act of defiance, engage in your marketing as
> you normally would... Better - do so with renewed enthusiasm.
>
> 2. There is a purchase you've been putting off... Put it off no
> longer. Make that purchase today.
>
> 3. Buy one product from one of your competitors.
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> 4. Buy one thing that you don't need, but have wanted for a
> long time.
>
> 5. When the markets open, buy a few shares with "going long" in
> mind.
>
> I urge you to begin again today with a renewed resolve. Let's
> show these cowards we will not be stopped.
>
> Forward this message to all of your friends. Join with me to
> stop the virus of terrorism and spread the news of prosperity
> and hope.
>
> Let's do this. Not tomorrow. Not next week. Today. Right
> now.
>
> All the best,
>
> Mark
>
> Mark Joyner
> CEO, Aesop.com
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