A few weeks ago, Dan from our Quality Control team left Mohu to pursue a great new opportunity. Dan will be a hard one to forget — but that was probably all part of his plan.
You see, ever since Dan left, we’ve been finding little reminders of him everywhere. Under the coffee pot. In a stack of papers. Even in the Ladies Room. Like he was a creating his own secret Easter Egg hunt competition, Dan planted “DAN WAS HERE” cards all over the office. It has been awesome.
We would like to think he was inspired by the “Where will you hide your Mohu Leaf” question we ask customers. But the truth is, Dan’s game has inspired us to leave a lasting impression as well.
So we’re launching a new campaign in honor of Dan’s creativity. All around Mohu, right now, hidden in the cracks and crevices, are little green cards with our new slogan “Be Set Free”. If Mohuligans find a blue version of the card around the office, they win a prize.
It’s a fun little office game, yeah, but why “Be Set Free”?
Because we want to inspire people to throw off the chains of satellite contracts, the tyranny of cable monopolies, and the emptiness of overpriced content, and instead spend their money on the things they really value.
Simply put, we want everyone here at Mohu focused on helping set customers free. And because we want our customers to help spread the word too, if you buy an Indoor HDTV Antenna from Mohu, you might find a “Be Set Free” card in your box as well. (And who knows, you might find DAN WAS HERE card in there too…we have no idea where the next one will turn up.)
So Dan, if you’re out there reading this: thanks for the hard work, your time at Mohu, but most of all, for opening our eyes to the idea.
Be Set Free!
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