Give Love Challenge cards that will be handed out

A Group of People Gather to “Give Love”

Tomorrow at 10am, a group of people will gather in Pioneer Square to do a “Give Love Challenge”. They will be buying coffee and giving gifts to random strangers and in return will only ask the receiver to pass on the love to someone else. They will be given a card with the “Give Love Challenge” on it. (See below)

Elephant’s Deli has chipped in for the cause and has donated several hundred free coffees and pastries to the group who will be handing them out to unsuspecting stangers.

The idea came about just 2 days before Valentine’s Day when Cathey Armillas, author of “The Unbreakable Rules of Marketing: 9 ½ Ways to Get People to Love You” decided she wanted to start an annual Give Love Challenge on Valentine’s Day to practice rule # 6 in the book, “Give Love to Get Love”. She contacted a few friends, who then contacted a few more friends and now a large group showing up rain or shine at Pioneer Square to fulfill the Give Love Challenge.

Info on the challenge at:
http://bit.ly/GiveLoveChallenge

Cathey Armillas
(503) 453-7785 cell
cathey@puramarketing.com

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inurtrash says ... on Friday, Feb 14 at 9:24 PM

They handed out pasties to complete strangers? Didn't that leave them a tad bare? ;)

Bongo says ... on Friday, Feb 21 at 9:43 PM

How many who gave love unexpectedly caught an S.T.D.?

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