|7-eleven Marketing Director|
Take the 7-eleven Gulp Polls. Yeah. This is the most refreshing way of knowing people's views on things happening around them.
|Speak Up, Gulp Up Campaign|
When you buy your Gulp, get the chance to participate in the 7-eleven Gulp Polls. It's like Gallup, yeah, but with a refreshing Coke.
It's very simple.
Choose between two slightly different colored Gulp styro cups--one labelled with a "yes" and the other "no". Read the question of the week. If you think it's a "yes", then, by all means, vote for it. If it's a "no", then don't think twice, put that styro cup in!
|Every Gulp counts!|
I figured that those votes are pretty much reliable in the sense that those who voted drank their ice-cold softdrinks first to clear their minds before they finally say "Yes" or "No". Some questions are pretty "earthshaking" for a bum, that is.
I heard that President Noynoy Aquino was in such a rage because of an SWS survey showing him down by 7 points, he decided to go to Cotabato and declare war against water lilies.
Noynoy should have gone to a 7-eleven store instead and read how people are voting for or against his administration.
He should ask his men to regularly check the 7-eleven Gulp polls. Go to their nearest 7-eleven stores and see if people are still proud of being Pinoy (that's the question of the week) and not if they are still proud of Pnoy.:-)
This innovative campaign runs for 12 weeks, according to the 7-eleven Marketing Director.