Don't you hate it when they start putting up Christmas signs in stores before Thanksgiving is even done? Well, you will love this then (heavy sarcasm)
We have barely started summer, and Mobile Ed wants you to think about the Fall. What a bunch of jerks, right?
Well, yes and no.
The older I get the faster time passes. That is a fact. Ask any old person and they will tell you the same thing.
Before you know it this Summer, just beginning now, will be beating a hasty exit into the sunset and Autumn will be threading it's chilly fingers through your thinning hair.
Will you have your enrichment in place for the new school year? You know you are going to need some enrichment programs and school shows. You know you will. Yes, you do.
And, let me guess... the way things are going, you will get around to planning them in, what... September?
In the back of your mind that little voice of truth you always try to ignore has already told you (were you listening?) that it will be totally frantic in September and all the best school show dates will be full. Ah, but the golf course is calling your name. The beach is waving to you. We know. Been there.
But think about this. You also know that, lying there on the beach, a little voice in your mind will still be telling yo you have work to do when you get back. You know I am right. Yes, you do.
Think about how great it would be to have one more item scrubbed off your to do list before you head off to Hilton Head. Standing out on that golf course will be so much more enjoyable knowing your September schedule is already accounted for, won't it?
Well, we are making it easy on you.
As of this week, Mobile Ed is offering an awesome deal of September dates for several of our best shows!
If you are in Ohio, our “back to school” special will allow you to reduce the cost of a September show by $100.
Who couldn't use an extra $100 bill in your pocket? I know I could.
With funding for assemblies harder and harder to find, every dollar saved is huge.
Well, Ohio schools can save $100 on these great shows -
Wait... The Earth Dome?
Yep, The Earth Dome (aka The Earth Balloon), our over the top, super cool inflatable Earth balloon is one of the school shows on which you can save.
These specials are just the first of several that will be offered in different states this summer. Just our little contribution to the cause.
The same special is available to Michigan schools as well, only covering these programs:
It is a really sweet offer for midwest schools!
But you have to pick up the phone.
Pick up the phone? That is so hard, right?
Pick it up and punch in these numbers.
If you can manage that, we can do the rest and with just a few minutes on the phone we can have you set and ready to go for September school shows, without any trouble or difficulty at all. Honest!
You should do this.
You will thank me later.
And then, not only will you be $100 better off, not only will your assemblies be set for the Fall, not only will you be able to head to the beach without that nagging feeling that you have so much to do when you get back, you will also know that your going to be able to flaunt your savvy shopper cred's in front of your colleagues when you get back.
“Oh, you paid how much? Oh what a shame. You should have called Mobile Ed. We got ours for so much less.”
Heh heh heh.
Of course, this doesn't do anything about all those Christmas signs that will begin to pop up in mid October. But, one step at a time. We are working on that, too!
Geoff Beauchamp is the Regional Manager of Mobile Ed Productions where "Education Through Entertainment" has been the guiding principal since 1979. Mobile Ed Productions produces and markets quality educational school assembly programs in the fields of science, history, writing, astronomy, natural science, mathematics, character issues and a variety of other curriculum based areas. In addition, Mr. Beauchamp is a professional actor with 30 years of experience in film, television and on stage. He created and still performs occasionally in Mobile Ed's THE LIVING LINCOLN. He also spent ten years coordinating assembly programs for the elementary school where his own children went to school.