- 09-10-2008, 03:10 PM
Just keep on keepin on Broskis!!!!
"If it aint broke don't fix it"
And in regards to the Question: "Are you guys doing too much?" Answer: HELL NA!!!.......You can never do to many PROMO'S!!! Promos are the KEY MARKETING TOOL and the most important strategy!! Its the best way to market your products and get the public talking.
KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK FELLAS!!!!
Oh, and sorry for the rambling...Was a Marketing Major in College.
- 09-15-2008, 12:37 AM
I am actually passing on a suggestion from my wife. She has been taking the Women's Fitness Pak and stated that the packaging/marketing of the box is boring and nothing like the Animal Pak or Test cans that us guys use. She stated that if the packaging were a little more hardcore with cutting edge design yet female targeted that ALOT of females would probably jump on board.
Just food for thought and I am sure not much of your directed energies on a cost basis....
BTW I love UNiversal products, keep up the good work!!
- 09-15-2008, 08:59 AM
09-15-2008, 10:17 AM
My wife and eldest daughter both use The Women's fitness pack and really like the fact that it is formulated for women with packs for regular days of the month as well as pink packs for those other days. I think due to the nature of this and the whole pink pack thing that it would be hard to "Animalize" it
A new look would be cool though wouldn't it? Maybe a can for it since it is in packs.
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10-08-2008, 09:08 AM
x2. I tried a pair of those "Hookers" despite NG telling me that they fit your wrist funny and you know what, I should learn to listen to NG! He was right. They work well functionally but they put the pressure on your wrist in a weird way and when you start to pull real heavy on them the metal part cuts into your wrist.
My other straps are those freebies you get at bb.com and though they are ok I find them to be a bit slippy and they pull too tight on my wrist then despite trying to not do that.
I'm hoping these "A" straps will be just what I needed.
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10-15-2008, 03:12 PM
One heck of a solid idea R. Who else would like to see an Animal Shaker cup? These bad boys would end up in the gym so it is some solid advertising outside the fact that drinking from a cup with the A logo on it during your workout will add 100 lbs to your lifts!
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10-16-2008, 09:32 AM
there was some discussion about this over at The Forvm too.
i seriously recommend trying the Universal Mixboy shaker cup...
it is the best shaker cup out there.
it may look like every other shaker cup, but it "seals" on like a tupperware container
(it doesn't "screw" on like every other shaker cup)
tight seal, and no leaks ever.
you can also feel that it's made out of much higher quality plastic than most shaker cups.
if they just made it with the "A" logo or even the Iconic logo on the side, it'd be pimp.
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10-22-2008, 03:37 PM
i've noticed that a lot of the Intra-Aid mixes and "homebrew" recipes are calling for more water than the Mixboy can hold...
so, unless they make a larger capacity Mixboy...
i give you the KleenKanteen!!!
klean kanteen® 40oz eco-friendly, durable, bpa-free stainless steel water bottle
stainless steel, a variety of caps and accessories...
my fav would be the black with the loop cap, with a yellow or red iconic logo:
slap an Animal Iconic logo on the side of that thing and you really got something!
(and it'll hold all of those homebrews, IA mixes, EAA Stack for sipping, etc...)
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