Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Attention: Project Valour IT On MSNBC

Now hear this, Carren Ziegenfuss (Capt Ziegenfuss's wife)will talk about Project Valour IT on MSNBC's Connected Coast to Coast 12:40 PM (EST):

Publicity Stunt
Mkay... I dragged my drugged and temporarily one-handed body out of the hospital bed to tell ya'll about something most important.

Carren is gonna be on national TV (and live national TV at that) to let everyone know about Project Valour-IT. She will represent me (the nerd who thought of this project), and the many people who have made this project a success.

She is going to be on "Connected coast to coast" a show run by MSNBC. Don't know how long she'll be on, but for the love of god, please tune in, put your hands on the top of your TV, and talk to Jebus when the show is over.

The show runs from 1200-1300 (noon to one fer ya civlians out there)(and that's eastern time) My beloved is supposed to be on around 1240, but I will rest assured that her looks, personality, and general charm will either get her on early, or the show will go into extra rounds like Rocky and the Big Ruskie in Rocky IV.

Here's how you can help. Send this to every one you know, post it on your blog, get them to post it on theirs. One side will say it's a failure of the gummint to not prvide this for the soldiers, others just see it as a way to help our brothers and sisters who have fallen but will be getting up.

However they spin it, just get the word out.

There's less than 18 hours to game time, so let's get our blog on!

Support Project Valour IT by going to the top of this page and hitting the donate button. Or, send a donation to:

Soldiers Angels
Valour-IT Fund
1792 East Washington Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91104

All donations are tax deductible.

As of this posting, a little over $49,000 total had been collected by all forces combined and did not include non-affiliated donations.

According to my my sources at Davis-Monathon AFB, Tucson, AZ, the PAO has provided the information I sent them regarding Project Valour IT on their weekly "what's going on" bulletin. I asked my source to spread the information about the inter-service competition now that the PAO had approved it, told him about Carren on TV tomorrow and then discussed how he could present it at a meeting (more data to follow).

I am waiting for contact from certain local radio celebrities, although, probably will not be in time to boost AF out of the crash and burn from this booster project, we may still get some attention to the Project and Soldiers' Angels in general.

Update: I caught Carren Ziegenfuss on Coast to Coast today and she did a fantastic job. I will give kudos to Tony who was talking with her (the editor?) he did a fantastic job promoting the cause as well. I think he actually read some of the promotional stuff. I see a few donations that weren't on any of the military competition lists this morning when I last checked. I am hoping that this got the attention of some corporate folks and that base donations to the Project itself got a big boost.

I think Carren was on there for at least two minutes, may be more. I just found the video from MSNBC here although I don't know how long that will be so if someone can grab the video that will be great.

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