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  • threespeech threespeech Nov 3, 2012 8:09 AM Flag

    Big enough for a mack truck

    First of all, want to say our prays go out to everyone that has been affected by sandy. The Lord certainly works in ways that even the most devout have to question the reasoning behind such events. But once again as one door is shut, another is open. And this one is big enough to drive a mack truck through.

    If in six months we don't hear the virtues of spd technology in respect to climate change issues by the likes of Mayor Bloomberg of NYC, Gov. Christie of NJ and an ad campaign by Daimler, then there is not one bit of sales or marketing ability within the spd infrastructure. Here is a hometown technology/product that politicians drool over to expose to the rest of the world. You don't think Bloomberg would like to be a spearhead for such game changing technology developed right in his backyard? If Joe really wants to sell product instead of stock, then he should have already been in those offices presenting the benefits of spd glass to the global climate. He should be setting the stage for architects, construction companies and the transpotation industry to do what is necessary to begin the battle to get our climate back in balance. And spd is one weapon in the arsenal.

    And if Daimler drops the ball on this opportunity, then they really do deserve to be last behind Audi and BMW.

    Right now it looks like Groundhog Day once again. Attract some operating funds, PR's about exhibitions of products at the same shows and most of all........silence.

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