The Revolution Calendar of what to doFrom: Len Stys (aa399)
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From: aa399 (Len Stys) Subject: The Revolution Calendar of what to do Date: Sat Dec 23 21:32:09 1989 THE CALENDAR WEEK 1 PRIOR TO AND INCLUDING January 6, 1990 LET'S GET THE SHOW ON THE ROAD! Write a letter, once a week each to the following three individuals: SAM TRAMIEL, President PRODUCER Atari Corporation 20/20, ABC TV 1196 Borregas Ave 1330 Avenue Of The Americas Sunnyvale, CA 94086 New York, NY 10019 The Editor's desk of your local newspaper. Tell Sam Tramiel that you have joined "The REVOLUTION" and are prepared to wage the war in favor of better consumer exposure of the Atari computer lines. Ask for his recognition and support. This will leave no doubt in Atari's mind that the campaign has substance and they better be building a few more computers next year for the U.S. Tell 20/20 and your local paper, in your own words, that you have joined "The REVOLUTION"; a consumer interest movement organized to build public awareness about the best available computer values. Tell them the organization has chosen Atari as a well rounded computer which is easily adapted for education, business, music and leisure. As an active member, tell them you request their coverage of the campaign. This activity will be a major step to alert the media that they need to be aware that something is going on. WEEK 2 January 7 through January 13, 1990 NATIONAL ATARI PUBLICATION RECOGNITION WEEK During this week, choose one or more Atari orientated publications. There are many. Artisan Software can provide you with addresses or phone numbers of your favorite publication if you wish. When subscribing, include "My subscription is in the spirit of 'The REVOLUTION'!" on your order. Also during this week, choose a topic concerning "The REVOLUTION" and write a minimum of two paragraphs about your opinions of it. Send it to the editor of your chosen publication. WEEK 3 January 14 through January 20, 1990 NATIONAL RUBBER STAMP WEEK Rubber Stamp week? Yep... that's what the man said! Every office supply store offers them and they are not expensive. Write: Join The REVOLUTION... Use an Atari Computer! on a piece of paper and take it to your office supply store or local printer. In less than a week, you will have a powerful tool to stamp on every envelope you mail out and your message can reach dozens of people with each letter. Mail sorters and carriers, the recipients and their families or co-workers will see the growing movement advertised on every envelope you mail. You will need to get a stamp pad; please use red. Go stamp happy and stamp everything you can. It may cost a little more for the convenience, but you may order this stamp from Artisan Software for $22. California, add 6% sales tax. Send your order to: Artisan Software, P.O. Box 849, Manteca, CA 95336 WEEK 4 January 21 through January 27, 1990 NATIONAL SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT WEEK There are two things two do during this week. First, review your library of computer software and see if there is any you own that you may have "inadvertently" received and did not pay for. Choose a title you use from time to time, or admire because of its quality. Send a check to the publisher, anonymously if need be, and thank them for their Atari software support. Shareware qualifies. Secondly, find a non-Atari software publisher in magazines or by asking around. Write a letter addressed to the President of that firm and ask them why they do not support the Atari computer and if they will please consider it. Ask them for a reply. Be polite. WEEK 5 January 28 through February 3, 1990 NATIONAL "GO TO A BARR" WEEK Let's band together for a special episode of ROSEANNE... the most popular sitcom now being broadcast. In this episode, the family wins a home com5}uter (an Atari) with a "REVOLUTION" strike force around every corner to help them set it up. Write to: ROSEANNE BARR c/o ABC TV 2040 Ave OF The Stars Los Angeles, CA 90067 Tell her your nifty plot idea (as stated above) and ask for a special episode to be produced. Tell her every Atari fanatic in America will watch. Who knows, if they do it, maybe we can get Atari Corp. to sponsor it. WEEK 6 February 4 through February 10, 1990 NATIONAL GOODWILL WEEK In honor of Valentine's Day on February 14, call your local Hospital and ask for the name of a child who may benefit form a little recognition and attention. Design a large outline of a heart on a paint program. Print it out and write: "On behalf of 'The REVOLUTION"; a national Atari computer user interest group, I wish for you a speedy recovery. We admire your strength!" Sign and send it to the address the Hospital gives you. You may make the "card" as fancy as you wish, but artistic skills are not required. Parents, have your children pass out Atari generated Valentine's to classmates. WEEK 7 February 11 through February 17, 1990 NATIONAL PRESIDENT'S WEEK In honor of President's Day, let's wish Mr. George Bush a pleasant one. To insure the publicity value, send your wishes to have a "REVOLUTIONARY PRESIDENT'S DAY" to the President in care of: CBS TV 51 West 52nd Street New York, NY 10019 Send a cover letter to the network asking them to wish the President well in our behalf over the air. Mention our cause in your letter. WEEK 8 February 18 through February 24, 1990 NATIONAL USER GROUP RECOGNITION WEEK If you do not belong to a user group, find one in your area and join. If you already belong, make it a project to ask a minimum of one friend to be your guest to the next meeting. It's preferred that your invited friend does not own an Atari computer. This will be an opportunity to share information on why they may wish to consider one. Call your local newspaper and ask for the local news desk. Ask them to print announcements of meetings for your local group on a regular basis. WEEK 9 February 25 through March 3, 1990 NATIONAL CAR WASH WEEK Get with your local users' group and organize a benefit car wash to raise money to buy an Atari computer for the school. Set a goal of one 520ST and go from there. Groups exclusively centered around 8-bit can set a goal of one XE system. Contact the school in advance for their permission and to help organize the event. Most local gas stations will donate space and even water access to do this since you will be attracting customers for them. Volunteer to help the school to set the system up. Make certain your local dealer participates and invite him to hand out flyers during the event. Put up Atari posters at the site. Also make certain to use "The REVOLUTION's" namesake for the event. Write to Atari and ask them to send you a window sticker for your car. They were available and, if not, they will just have to print more. Request one for each car you own. WEEK 10 March 4 through March 10, 1990 NATIONAL ATARI IN SCHOOLS WEEK Continuing an effort to get Atari Computers in schools, write a letter to the largest school in your area and tell them that you would prefer that they use Atari computers for education. List 25 reasons why in your letter. Ask your family to send similar letters under separate cover. Invite the school to contact your local dealer for information. Include your dealer's phone number. WEEK 11 March 11 through March 17, 1990 NATIONAL ST. PATRICK'S BALLOON LAUNCH WEEK In advance, locate a store in your area that sells helium filled balloons. Look for a green, non-metallic one. Users' groups may wish to obtain a tank or two from a local supplier. Listings are easily found in most phone books. Write a note stating: "SAVIN' O' THE GREEN... use Atari Computers" and sign it: "The REVOLUTION". Tie the note to a string attached to the balloon you purchase in a timely fashion to be launched on Saturday, March 17 at Noon in your time zone. You may singly launch the balloon from your back yard or organize a full blown event with your users' group. PLEASE DO NOT LAUNCH BALLOONS IN AIR TRAFFIC AREAS OR IN A MANNER WHICH MAY CAUSE HARM TO LIFE OR PROPERTY. IF LAUNCHING IN A GROUP, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL POLICE FOR ADVISE AS TO BEST LOCATION TO CONDUCT THE LAUNCH. THIS PROJECT MAY BE SUBJECT TO LOCAL LAWS. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT PARTICIPATION IS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND ARTISAN SOFTWARE ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE CAUSED TO ANYONE BY YOUR ACT OF RELEASING A BALLOON. A SIMPLE PHONE CALL TO LOCAL AUTHORITIES IN ADVANCE WILL ASSURE YOUR SAFE PARTICIPATION IN THIS PROJECT. Larger groups should contact the local newspapers in advance for coverage. WEEK 12 March 18 through March 24, 1990 NATIONAL "BACK TO BIG TIME PUBLICITY" WEEK "The pen is mightier than the sword" and we're going to prove it again. Let's target David Horowitz this time. Write a letter to: David Horowitz c/o NBC TV 3000 Alameda Burbank, California 91523 Tell him that you are a member of "The REVOLUTION" and wish to have a show which demonstrates the value of Atari computers. WEEK 13 March 25 through March 31, 1990 NATIONAL BOOK STORE WEEK Write letters to the three following Booksellers: B. DALTON BOOKSELLER WALDENBOOKS, INC. 7505 metro Boulevard 201 High Ridge Minneapolis, MN 55435 Stamford, CT 06904 CROWN BOOKS 3300 75th Avenue Landover, MD 20785 Tell them you are frustrated with the lack of Atari book support in their stores and you would like them to look at that issue earnestly. Tell them you are a member of "The REVOLUTION" and would like to see a special, highly visible assemblance of Atari books in the front of their stores. Week 14 April 1 through April 7 NATIONAL FOLLOW UP WEEK Call, call the following networks: ABC NY (212) 887-7777 ABC CA (213) 557-7777 CBS NY (212) 975-4321 NBC CA (818) 840-4444 Ask to speak to the producer or a representative of the shows mentioned in previous weeks assignments. Ask them, if you do not know, if they have plans to follow up in response to the letter writing campaign. If they have done so already, congratulate them and tell them you hope to see more in the future. WEEK 15 April 8 through April 14 THE NATIONAL ATARI EGG HUNT In celebration of Easter, organize an egg hunt in your back yard for neighborhood children or in a public park with your user group. Advertise the event by posting signs in stores and by asking the newspaper to print an announcement. Proudly publicize that the event is sponsored by members of "The REVOLUTION". The non-computer attraction of the event will offer an opportunity to hand parents brochures about the educational value of Atari computers. Dealers can advertise special educational packages to the attendees. WEEK 16 April 15 through April 21, 1990 NATIONAL PHONE BOOK WEEK Pick three random names out of your local phone book. Write a letter to each of them. Tell them that their names were randomly chosen as part of a national "REVOLUTION" campaign to heighten the exposure and use of Atari computers. Tell them that you would just like them to look at Atari if they consider buying a home or business computer. Aggressive enthusiasts may wish to send three letters per day to random selections during this week. Be certain to offer them a phone number of you or your local Atari dealer. WEEK 17 April 22 through April 28, 1990 NATIONAL ATARI DEALER APPRECIATION WEEK Pick three small unrelated businesses from ads in the daily newspaper, send a letter to the owner asking him to check with __________ Atari dealer when he's ready to shop for a business computer. Be cautious not to make promises your dealer can not keep and do not state prices. You are merely recommending your dealer as a token of your appreciation for his services to you in the past. WEEK 18 April 29 through May 5, 1990 NATIONAL 60 MINUTES HOUR WEEK Spend an hour and write 60 Minutes. 60 MINUTES c/o CBS TV 51 West 52nd Street New York, NY 10019 Ask 60 Minutes to cover the activities of "The REVOLUTION". WEEK 19 May 6 through May 12 IT'S A WOMAN'S COMPUTER TOO WEEK Mother's Day is coming up... a great time to boost exposure to the professional woman. This time the target is Oprah Winfrey: Oprah Winfrey c/o ABC TV 1330 Avenue Of The Americas New York, NY 10019 Tell Oprah that you would like to see a show on how the Atari computer can benefit the professional woman. WEEK 20 May 13 through May 19, 1990 NATIONAL ATARI PHONE JAM On May 17, 1990, let's remind Atari that we are all behind the issue of building an expansive consumer base. Call (408) 745-2000 and ask for Sam Tramiel. You probably will not have have an opportunity to speak to him, but ask anyway. If you get through to anyone, ask them what they are doing to support "The REVOLUTION" or thank them if they are already. WEEK 21 May 20 through May 26, 1990 LET'S MAKE SOME TIME Get your pens and pencils ready, we are targeting TIME Magazine. Write: Time, Inc. Time & Life Bldg. Rockefeller Center New York, New York 10020 Tell them you want a pictorial review of the campaign's progress and how Atari computers can be used in business. Mention "The REVOLUTION" by name and offer them your number to obtain more information. WEEK 22 May 27 through June 2, 1990 A MONTH OF PIZZAS Do you have any idea how many Domino's Pizzas are delivered each month? I am not certain either, but I bet they would not mind selling a few more. Here is an address for you: Attn: Marketing Director DOMINO'S PIZZA 30 Frank Lloyd Wright Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48105 Ask Mr. Marketing Director if Domino's would help "The REVOLUTION" by placing stickers stating "'The REVOLUTION' urges you to demonstrate an Atari business and education computer. Call (209) 239-1552 for the dealer nearest you." on to the boxes they deliver. We would like this done for an entire month. In exchange, you will repay them by ordering a minimum of one Pizza per week for a month. You will also encourage your friends to buy from Domino's for a month too. Please, if you make this exchange commitment, honor your side of the bargain and order the pizzas. WEEK 23 June 3 through June 9, 1990 NATIONAL FATHER'S DAY PREP WEEK This year, for Father's Day on June 17, get your Dad something he can use for his Atari computer. Shop the local Atari dealer or mail order something he has been wanting. Even just an Atari magazine subscription would be thoughtful. This is the week to shop for that occasion. With a little extravagance, you can get an Atari system for your Dad if he does not already own one. WEEK 24 June 10 through June 16, 1990 NATIONAL CREATIVE APPLICATIONS WEEK Here's an opportunity to branch out just a little by doing any one of the other projects suggested in this HANDBOOK. You may also devise a highly visible project of your own. If applicable, send pictures from your event and tell us how the event went. Artisan Software will route the information to all Atari publications. WEEK 25 June 17 through June 23, 1990 NATIONAL PRIDE WEEK Summer officially starts this week. Celebrate this entire week, wear anything that has an Atari logo on it. This may include buttons, T-shirts, caps... anything. WEEK 26 June 24 through June 30, 1990 WRITING AN AFFAIR A Current Affair is another news orientated syndicated program which is just itching to give us news coverage. Write: A Current Affair c/o ABC TV 1330 Avenue Of The Americas New York, NY 10019 Tell them about the campaign and kindly ask for coverage. WEEK 27 July 1 through July 7 LET'S MAKE SOME FIREWORKS! This week is full of events. You may be at a family reunion or merely waiting to rub elbows with other mosquito bitten fireworks admirers. Wear your Atari shirts, when possible, but also hand out business cards provided by your local Atari dealer. Ask your dealer if he can provide an "introductory" computer price for people who present these business cards. While at the fireworks show, walk up to passerbys and hand them a card. WEEK 28 July 8 through July 14, 1990 NATIONAL "GROUND UP" WEEK Writing letters directly to the top of TV networks is highly productive, but we should not forget the local stations either. During every business day this week, call a different local station. Radio stations are OK too. Tell them you are calling in behalf of "The REVOLUTION" and want to know why there is not more coverage about the campaign. Directory assistance can easily give you the numbers you need for your area. WEEK 29 July 15 through July 21, 1990 THE ULTIMATE CHALLENGE Here's a project which could bring tremendous results. It's going to take more effort, but could be worth the while. Get your typing fingers ready because you are going to write a lot of letters to: MARKETING DEPARTMENT PEPSICO Purchase, New York 10577 Tell them you like their products and have enjoyed the commercials they run in association with Michael Jackson. Tell them you would like to see a Pepsi commercial produced with Michael Jackson in an environment which promotes "The REVOLUTION". Send separate letters. Send a minimum of 6 and an optimum of 10 letters per day for this campaign during the entire week. Ask all of your friends and relatives to send letters too. Please be certain you briefly explain what "The REVOLUTION" is and that you are an active member. WEEK 30 July 22 through July 28, 1989 ARM YOURSELVES FOR BATTLE CREEK Here's another highly productive campaign. Write: MARKETING DEPARTMENT KELLOGG 1 Kellogg Square Battle Creek, Michigan 49016 Back off to only five letters this week, but request that Kellogg prints on the cover of their packaging "Proud To Acknowledge 'The REVOLUTION'". Ask them to isolate one cereal and print information regarding "The REVOLUTION" on the back side of the package. WEEK 31 July 29 through August 4, 1990 NATIONAL USER GROUP RECOGNITION WEEK 2 Refer to the assignment for WEEK 8. This time, take two new friends to your local user group instead of just one. WEEK 32 August 5 through August 11, 1990 SEND YOUR PAPERWORK TO THE JOHN! Do you think Johnny Carson ever reads his mail? Let's find out! Send three letters during this week to him; one from you and two you write for a relative or friend and have them sign. Address your letter to: "The REVOLUTIONARY" Johnny Carson c/o NBC TV 3000 Alameda Burbank, California 91523 Tell Johnny about your membership in "The REVOLUTION" and ask him to have a guest on the air to talk about it. WEEK 33 August 12 through August 18, 1990 NATIONAL SEARS WEEK Sears, Roebuck is one of the largest department store chains in America. They have a computer department in most stores and a separate business computer division. Do they sell Atari computers? No?! Why not? Let's ask them! During this business week, make at least one phone call to (312) 875-2500 and ask for the head buyer over computers. They may bounce your call around a bit, but insist on talking to someone related to that area. Ask him(her) if Sears sells Atari business and education computers and why they do not sell them. Also ask if they are aware of "The REVOLUTION" and that the campaign wishes they would please consider selling the computers and advertising them frequently. WEEK 34 August 19 through August 25, 1990 NATIONAL SCOREBOARD WEEK Contact the sports stadium in the largest city nearest you. Call directory assistance and obtain their address. Write a letter addressed to their Marketing Director and ask if they would donate a few minutes on their electronic message board throughout the next season. Ask them to display: Join the REVOLUTION... Use an Atari Computer! WEEK 35 August 26 through September 1, 1990 NATIONAL TELETHON WEEK Labor Day is around the corner and Jerry Lewis will most certainly be at it again. Prepare, in advance, to work with your local user group a fund raising activity during this week. It should be soliciting sponsorships or donations from non-Atari users. It can be another car wash, candy sales or any other group activity to generate cash. Have the user group's treasurer be responsible for the money. Watch the Labor Day Telethon as much as possible and designate for your treasurer to call in with the pledge representing the user group's fund raising efforts in the name of "'The REVOLUTION' for Atari computers". Ask them if they will please acknowledge the pledge over the air. If you are personally inclined to pledge any funds, please consider doing it in behalf of "The REVOLUTION". This will be just another example of how our nationally united participation can even help nonprofit organizations. WEEK 36 September 2 through September 8, 1990 NATIONAL ATARI PUBLICATIONS WEEK 2 Please refer to WEEK 2 instructions and subscribe to one more Atari publication. Also, go through your back issues and put a stack together of them that you do not use any longer. Donate them to your local library or doctor's office waiting room. WEEK 37 September 9 through September 15, 1990 NATIONAL COMIC WEEK Send a letter to: MARVEL COMICS 387 Park Avenue South New York, NY 10016 Ask them to put together a special Spiderman comic book involving aspects of "The REVOLUTION" and Atari computers. Tell them countless Atari users will want a copy if they do and ask them to inform Artisan Software as to a publication date. Give them Artisan Software's address and phone number. Also address a letter to: GARFIELD c/o Mr. Jim Davis United Feature Syndicate 200 Park Avenue New York, NY 10166 Ask Garfield if he can "pencil in" a plug for us in an upcoming strip. Mr. Davis is highly creative. He will be able to think of something. WEEK 38 September 16 through September 22, 1990 NATIONAL PHONE BOOK WEEK 2 Repeat the instructions from WEEK 16 except, if you can, use 5 names. WEEK 39 September 23 through September 29, 1990 NATIONAL SPEAK-UP WEEK Make the commitment to tell 5 non-Atarians this week that you own an Atari computer. Conservatively work it into conversation OR radically walk up to strangers on the street or in the office. WEEK 40 September 30 through October 6, 1990 NATIONAL RADIO CALL-IN WEEK In most cities, there is at least one radio station with a talk show format. In advance, call directory assistance or listen to the station for their phone number. A station which discusses general call-in issues is preferred. On the evening of October 4, 1990, call that station as a member of "The REVOLUTION" and speak your mind. Remember, we want to get the statement: "Atari education and business computers" out to the public. WEEK 41 October 7 through October 13, 1990 NATIONAL BUY A BOOK WEEK Support the publishers of Atari orientated books by making the commitment to buy one title. Shop your local dealer or special order one through a prominent book store if they do not normally carry them. When you receive the book, red it and write to the publisher. Tell the publisher that, as an active "REVOLUTION" member, you enjoyed the book and hope they will publishers others like it. WEEK 42 October 14 through October 20, 1990 NATIONAL CAR SALES WEEK Pick an auto dealer in your area and write to the owner. Tell him about your participation in "The REVOLUTION" and ask him to advertise a promotion where every qualified car buyer in the month of November receives an Atari computer. Minimally ask him to hold a drawing to give one or more away during November. Offer him your local Atari store's name, address and phone number. Call your Atari store and tell him which auto dealer you are writing. Ask the Atari store to follow up your letter. ATTENTION ATARI DEALERS: Work out a deal to sell the computer to the car dealer at cost in exchange for mentioning "The REVOLUTION" and your store by name in his ads. WEEK 43 October 21 through October 27, 1990 NATIONAL HALLOWEEN PARTY WEEK Have a costume party through your user group or in your home. Pack the house with guests and conduct a raffle for an Atari computer. Proceeds can benefit the user group. Arrange activities and games centered around the Atari computer such as high score competitions, a computer scavenger hunt and more. WEEK 44 October 28 through November 3, 1990 NATIONAL HALLOWEEN SCREAM WEEK Scream out the message about "The REVOLUTION" and Atari computers this week. Use your stamp purchased in WEEK 3 and prepare a hundred slips of paper with the stamp's impression on them. Hand out these slips with your candy on Halloween. You may also invite people to call you for more information on those slips too. WEEK 45 November 4 through November 10, 1990 NATIONAL RADIO PROMO WEEK Contact the Promotions Manager at the most prominent radio station in your area. Ask them to contact your local Atari dealer and make an arrangement to give away a complete Atari computer system with a week long call-in promotion. WEEK 46 November 11 through November 17, 1990 NATIONAL CLASSIFIED AD WEEK We are coming up to the Holidays fast and we need to remind consumers to shop the Atari computer. Most newspapers offer low rates for classified advertising. Call your local newspaper and place the following three line ad: Join The REVOLUTION... Use an Atari Computer! (Phone number of your closest dealer) Request it's placement in the "Computers For Sale classification". Have it run a minimum of one day and up to as long as you wish. WEEK 47 November 18 through November 24, 1990 NATIONAL GROCERIES WEEK Everyone is shopping for Thanksgiving turkeys this week. Make out a few index cards with the message stated in WEEK 46 and post them on the message board most grocery stores provide in the front. WEEK 48 November 25 through December 1, 1990 NATIONAL SALES WEEK This is the hottest retail selling week of the year. Arrange an information flyer with your local user group and your Atari dealer. Help pass out the flyers on cars in parking lots and hand them out in prominent places. Ask non-Atari stores if they will help by bag stuffing the flyers to their own customers. Please take necessary precautions not to violate local laws through this distribution. Make certain your local dealer's name and address is on every flyer. If you can not distribute the flyers for any reason, everyone pitch in to mail or hand deliver them to 15 random area residents per person. A user group of only 50 members will reach 750 people this way. Your dealer will likely help to pay for the printing of the flyer. WEEK 49 December 2 through December 8, 1990 NATIONAL HOLIDAY CARD WEEK Coordinate the mailing of your greeting cards during this week. Make certain all of the envelopes you send out have the impression of the stamp you obtained in WEEK 3. Send five additional greeting cards out to random phone book listings. WEEK 50 December 9 through December 15, 1990 NATIONAL "BUY AN ATARI PERIPHERAL" WEEK For yourself, or someone you know, buy one Atari compatible peripheral item from your local Atari dealer as a gift. WEEK 51 December 16 through December 22 NATIONAL HOLIDAY PARTY WEEK Individually, or through your user group, arrange a Holiday Party for this week. Have raffles, contests and games centered around the Atari computer. WEEK 52 December 23 through December 29 NATIONAL "PAT YOURSELF ON THE BACK" WEEK If you have followed every step suggested or made every effort to do what you can, CONGRATULATIONS! During this week, call one other Atari user and Congratulate him or her. WEEK 53 December 30 through January 5, 1991 NATIONAL NEW YEARS WEEK There's an excellent chance that you have witnessed significant progress in our efforts. This is the time to review your work and the fun you had. You probably made some new friends through your efforts and learned even more about the Atari computer. Renew your commitment. With even the slightest of inevitable success, Artisan Software will publish an updated HANDBOOK for 1991. Make certain you obtain a copy and continue to support the best computer value on the market. --
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