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Layla Grayce

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Marketing Tools

Marketing toos are the best way to get your company name in front of your customer. You may ask, "How can I keep my name in front of the customer after I have made the sale?"

I believe flowers are an excellent way to keep your customer remembering your thoughtfulness, good product and prompt service.

Another way to keep your name in front of your customer is a Thank you note. Or shown here is a T-shirt with your company name on the shirt. These are easy to give away to your customers and are not that expensive of a marketing tool.

A great way to present your business card, slide into a clear bag(which I sell) and include some mints. A sweet way to be remembered by your customer or a new potential customer.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Air Race Classic

This weekend the Houston Chapter 99s(Women's International Pilot Association) will be hosting a Girl Scout Aviation Badge workshop. I love sharing the knowledge of flight! General Aviation has played a very important part in my life growing up and as an adult. At age 23, I worked at the Downtown Airport in Kansas City, Missouri and earned my pilot wings at the same airport.

Today I am writing about a friend of mine, who is about to fly her second time in the Air Race Classic, Linda Street-Ely. Linda is a wife, mother, grandmother, author, pilot and a professional in the corporate world.
Here is Linda demonstrating her love of aviation with the Girl Scouts at a workshop this past December at the 1940 Air Terminal Museum.

This photo shows Linda with Husband, Mike and guest at the Planes and Pasta fundraiser for the 99s at Hooks Airport.

These photos are Linda with her favorite passenger, Mike arriving at the Hobby Airport for a Wings & Wheels function. This year Linda will be flying the Air Race Classic starting June 22, 2010.
If you would like to help with some of Linda's fuel expense, please buy a T-shirt for $10.00 and the shipping is free.

Life on the Road as a Pilot: Your attitude determines your altitude

Life on the Road as a Pilot: Your attitude determines your altitude

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