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So, you may or may not know that another company I own is centered around Environmentally friendly advertising solutions and guerrilla marketing tactics (if you ever wondered where my Twitter Name came from *ahem*). Guerrillas Gone Green has done a little of this and a little of that over the past year, but nothing in true significance to write home about – unfortunately – although, among the dead-ends and minimal business connections, there has been one blinding light among the flickering little sparkles.
Our Guerrilla-styled “Clean Ups” as it may seemed to gain a massive sense of respect from the community and those that have taken part in previous “Clean Ups” (Check out the Public Albums 1; 2; 3). Lately, we’ve been less than slack with regards to the moving the company forward with additional ideas and reimplementing our existing strategies which somewhat falls solely on my shoulders as Creative Director at the company as nearly all of my efforts have been diverted to my other Start Up – ZAGlamour – which seems to have more of a fighting chance for the future. But then again…these are excuses and I hate excuses.
Moving on…the reason for this Post is to announce the re-emergence of Guerrillas Gone Green “Clean Ups” and what better way to kick it off, than taking 67 minutes out of your day this Sunday (tomorrow) and joining us at “Ground Hero” – see what I did there? – and take part in joining in on the “festivities”. Now, picking up trash might not be your cup-of-tea, you might even be a douchebag enough as to think that picking up rubbish is…“beneath you”…well, that’s your problem, not mine, don’t come, I don’t want duty-filled volunteers there any way – Grrr! Another thing you might be wondering about is why Sunday…and why the hell for 67 minutes…well, you’re clearly not in the loop, because anyone who’s any one knows its Nelson Mandela Day where the entire nation has been encouraged to take 67 minutes out of their day on Sunday and dedicate it to either helping others, the country or the environment – either way – just giving up some of your time to help others is what it’s all about!
You’re welcome to bring a camera and document it for your blog, local paper or social networks…it’s all good.