Isn’t it good you are tuned to and do business with HazzardAyre? There is a reason, that there is HazzardAyre. For the person who wants to learn the historical events and truth of the war of Northern Aggression,(Civil-War) there’s HazzardAyre, for the back woods southern kountryfied gearhead there’s HazzardAyre, and for the small business person there’s HazzardAyre. The latter is really simple our rates can’t be outdone or are second to none. A person with any sized business, can buy air time on our Internet and soon to take flight over the air, for $100.00 per month. No matter how many times the ad or spot runs. Whether it’s a 30 second, 60 second, ad it takes no more effort or expense to push the go button, 40 times a day, or once. All for $100.00 a month.
But we are talking radio, not TV, however our TV network is coming, in March 2015.
However that’s not where I’m going here. I no doubt hammered a bit on that sales rep from Comcast and Comcast itself a bit too strong. But there’s a difference between making a good living and being greedy. Us southern folks don’t cotton to greedy very well.
There’s a difference here between the two year contract we signed with METV, 4.2 , and the short seasoned run for SOA on Comcast. That’s it a one time run. However one of the members reminded me that there is that hidden soldier in Kamas Utah, called AllWest. I’m looking into their rates for insertion into SOA, bet you your next tank of go fluid, it’ll be far less than $150.00 a spot. I secretly priced the same show through Cable-One, guess what? $50.00 , this year just like last year.
The truth? I don’t think that Comcast Spotlight advertising wanted our business after all.
Was I throwing Steve and Comcast under the truck? No, but a sit down, go over what we can spend and work out a plan that could get us in for 1 spot per week at least that gets us in. Guess Comcast Spotlight advertising didn’t want to deal with a small business, but by the same voice, Comcast Spotlight advertising just lost 1000, clients in Utah and 49,999 clients nationwide, since you slam the door on one Knyte, the rest of the Knytes, slams the door on you.
This is just an example of pure Yankee Carpetbagging, its time to get our flags in the air and correct this new wave of Yankee oppression on small business, and kountry people.
Quote of the Day:
Reason often makes mistakes, but conscience never does.
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