How about distributing some “The Hope and the Change on Hulu.com” palm cards at church tomorrow (or wherever you go on Sunday)?
As of tomorrow, we’ll have just two days left to get as many people as possible to know about ‘The Hope and the Change” being available for FREE on Hulu.com. I truly believe that no one who sees this movie can possibly vote for Barack Obama. The trick is getting the people who NEED to see it to watch it.
That’s where you come in.
Tomorrow, a lot of people will be heading to church. Why not take some palm cards with you when you go and hand them out to people you see telling them about this movie called “The Hope and the Change” that talks about how all those promises from 2008 really worked out.
Maybe you can ask the priest or preacher to tell people how they can watch “The Hope and the Change” for FREE on Hulu.com too. Can’t hurt to ask, right?
If you aren’t religious but there is a church near you, why not find out when mass or services are held and be out there as people leave the building…and you can pass out palm cards then.
Is there a place where a lot of people go on Sundays where you live? Then why not go there and hand out palm cards?
If you are someone who does not like talking to strangers, you can just walk around your neighborhood with a stack of palm cards and a roll of tape and stick them anonymously to people’s doors. I also like to take them to the windows of cars too (or put them under the windshield wiper if you can). I carry a stack of palm cards with me wherever I go and leave them all over the place. I even snuck some into the grocery store by the deli section…where they had all these coupons for different meats (that were just little stacks of paper too). I’ve been putting the palm cards there when no one was looking, next to the coupons, and no one’s gotten rid of them. I hope people take a palm card while they are picking up their meat coupons.
I leave word about this FREE Hulu availability for the movie on the bus and trains, anywhere there is a cork board, and I hand them out to people as they pass me on the street.
“Hey, there’s a free movie that’s showing on Hulu. Check it out,” I say. And they take the card, say thanks, and keep moving. They never want to engage in more conversation than that. My boyfriend Justin is very shy and does not like talking to strangers but he enjoys going around and putting the palm cards everywhere. Justin takes them to the gym and slips them into all the open lockers. He leaves them in the aisles at the drug store and puts them into all the magazines that are for sale on news stands (like they are those subscription cards). Justin loves finding places to slip these cards so we get the word out guerrilla-style that “The Hope and the Change” is free to watch on Hulu.com.
I ran out of printer ink and didn’t want to order more so I’ve been printing these out at Kinko’s and then cutting them; I usually run off $100 of them in color and end up with 900 palm cards to pass out each day…but you could print them in black and white too. Justin and I were saving up to go to Washington for the Inauguration but honestly I’d rather spend that on making up more palm cards and spreading the word about Hulu.com and the movie…so we’re driving up to Wisconsin every morning until Monday to get as many of these palm cards out to people in Wisconsin across the Illinois border as possible.
On Tuesday we’re both doing things for the election (with Justin poll watching and me running things here doing a live stream transcript of everything that happens that day), but between now and Monday afternoon we are trying to get as many palm cards out to people as possible.
If you could consider printing off a bunch of sheets, cutting them out, and distributing them where you live (especially church tomorrow) then I think we can do all we can to get as many folks as possible to watch this movie.
CAN YOU HELP SPREAD THE WORD?
What other good places can people leave palm cards on Sunday and Monday?
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