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Here's a GREAT Idea!!!
Hello My Friend,
There are 2 things I have learned from selling insurance and being in business.
#1. It's always good to find people who have dramatic changes in their lives.
#2. People who have dramatic changes in their lives easily spend more money!!!! *Remember that.
Think about......A couple who just got married spends more money on different things in relationship to their situation.
Anyone who buys a new house will definitely spend more money.
What about that guy or girl who gets a promotion? They spend more too!
These are what I call drastic changes.
Now.....here's the idea!
My wife and I are are about to have a baby in a few short months. *That's a drastic change! I've spent money on things I've never imagined, including a baby room.
Baby Room? Stop!!!!! Wait a second!!! That's brilliant with a BIG B.....
I would love to have the Happy Stars at night in my baby room. It would quickly put the baby asleep at night in my opinion (That's the hook!).
How many soon to be parents out their who are already spending thousands of dollars on a baby room would be interested in the stargaze night sky to show off when people visit their home to see the baby?
Can you imagine the parents flipping off the lights saying, "look at how we keep the baby asleep at night!"
That's a new market for your business and it's very easy to get lists of new parents.
I hope this helps!!!!!
The "BIG BRAIN" Entrepreneur!!!
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P.S. By the way, I also like your idea of marketing to hotels.
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