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The Hells Angels Are Doing It – Maybe You Can Too?

Last night I was watching the local news, and amidst all the typical doom and gloom stories the media loves to share, there was a fascinating interview that took place.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP – the way-over-made-fun-of guys in red with funny looking cowboy hats) blatantly egged on the Hells Angels. The RCMP officer being interviewed actually blamed the Hells Angels on pretty well all of the crime in Canada… you name it… they are to blame.

Now, I don’t condone what the Angels do, but I will say the RCMP are absolute morons to believe crime would disappear if the Hells Angels disappeared too.

There has always been crime – and there always will be crime… it’s one of the facts of life. There will always be people who take advantage of others, and those who thrive off the underground money making activities.

The Hells Angels did something VERY surprising… they went on television too. They actually asked a local Calgary news reporter for an interview to counter this officer’s claims.

#1 – for them to voluntarily give a tv interview is extremely rare.

#2 – they are PO’d!

#3 – they publicly stated they are PO’d – and they issued a challenge to the RCMP. Prove to the rest of the world that the Hells Angels are completely responsible for 100% of the crime in Canada – and prove to them that if the Angels were to disappear, crime would too.

They made the RCMP’s claim look as ridiculous as it is.

Yes, The Hells Angels do commit crimes – they never said they don’t. But to go on national tv with a ridiculous claim like this is a challenge – and the Hells Angels countered the challenge.

So what does this have to do with advertising and marketing?

Lots.

Robert Allen issued a challenge to the skeptics – put him in a city he doesn’t know for 72 hours with only $ 100 to his name – and he would own at least one piece of property after 72 hours with NONE OF HIS OWN MONEY.

A big challenge to prove his system works.

And he delivered – actually he bought 4 properties in 72 hours with no money down.

He became massively famous by throwing down the gauntlet and challenging the media.

How can you use the challenge technique?

Challenge your customers to provide the best video testimonial of the benefits they have received from using your products (all kinds of corporations are using this idea now). You will get incredible video footage you can use in commercials – advertising – marketing campaigns – lead generation campaigns, etc.

Challenge your competitors to a dual. Southwest Airlines is famous for major media challenges – and EVERYONE benefits.

Challenge your suppliers to help you decrease your supply costs – best proposals win a year long exclusive contract

Challenge your employees to come up with one new business-improvement idea a week. The top ones can be implemented by the person recommending them, and are rewarded with status, even prizes and publicity.

Challenge the media with a big claim you make – and that you will prove that claim once-and-for-all in front of the world.

Find a challenge – and try it out!

I have a challenge and a contest coming up for the most creative marketing techniques being used (not ideas – but ones actually used with favorable results). There will be cash prizes, rewards, and a ton of publicity for the winners. More to come.

Everyone LOVES a challenge… give it to them.

Troy White, The Marketing Results Mentor and Expert Copywriter helps clients achieve HUGE growth surges in their business in very short periods of time. He is a very sought after marketer and advertising specialist who has helped launch some of the world’s most profitable marketing systems. For more info visit White’s site at http://www.SmallBusinessCopywriter.com or sign up for his Free Cash Flow Surge Newsletter at http://www.CashFlowSurges.com

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A undercover RCMP Officer was posing as a bum washing windows as you come off of Wheeler Blvd at the Moncton Dieppe border at noon hour today. District 11 & Codiac RCMP were set up on Champlain Street to pull over any vehicles that the under cover Officer would radio to pull over. Traffic units were parked in the middle of the very busy Champlain Street in front of Swiss Chalet by Champlain Mall. Checking for people on cell phones, texting, seat belts ect.Video aired on CTV News with Bruce Frisko. #4 – Most Viewed (Today) – Reporters — Canada #13 – Most Viewed (This Week) – Reporters — Canada #24 – Most Viewed (Today) – Partners — Canada #28 – Most Viewed (This Month) – Reporters — Canada #33 – Most Viewed (Today) – Canada Check out Newschaser News on Facebook, join in on discussions , post your photo’s and video’s

Question by spdy: Whats the difference between the RCMP and the VPD?
im not from Canada so forgive me for being ignorant. When i listen to the news, they often mention the rcmp or the vpd, so from my understanding they are two different police forces right? Why is there two, and what are the differences. Do they work together?

Best answer:

Answer by Karen L
The RCMP is a national force that provides policing in jurisdictions that don’t finance their own police forces, most often because they’re lightly enough populated or small enough that there’s not a lot of point to a local force. Therefore, you’ll find RCMP all over Canada in small towns and rural areas. It is also a national force in the sense that it deals with national policing for the country as a whole. VPD would be Vancouver Police Department, for that city. Ontario has a provincial police force, OPP, and Quebec has a provincial force too. I don’t believe any other provinces do. Any place that doesn’t have its own force will have RCMP present. I’m sure I’ve simplified it and missed things, but you can google RCMP for more details.

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Surveillance video from the Prince George RCMP detachment of the treatment of Clayton Alvin Willey in the minutes before his death. Willey died in the ambulance en route to hospital. Missing frames and footage from this video were explained as technical failures by the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP. For more information, visit www.bccla.org and search “Willey”.

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