A fun day for everyone?

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It may be because I do not know enough about Koodo yet but it would be nice if Koodoo had more events getting everyone as well as staff involved in diverse activities. Make someone wear a koodo mascot outfit and have some event like eat as much tacos as you can or target the mascot and put up some kind of generic arcade game ( the koodoo mascot seems Mexican to me) and get a something discount for this amount of time. It would be a good way of promoting the brand too.
Just a thought?
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Hahaha, cute, amdag1! What brought that idea up? :)
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I thought it would be a more relaxing day for the Koodo staff and people around a quite mall for instance, just fun really
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Koodo is involved in something called "koodonation" which is there charity thingus but we never really hear much about it (actually nothing)
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Like it but as el tabador is only a couple inches tall I dont think youd find a human small enough to wear an outfit of him lol.
Others have had similar ideas and I think koodo should have some type of promo like this and it could make its way across Canada from kiosk to kiosk.
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hahaa true but I think its alright to assume that in human form he is a decent sized man
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Hey Amdag1, thanks for your idea :) Definitely sounds fun. I'll share this with the team!
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As Chad said, Koodo has Koodonation which is one of Canadas first microvolunteering sites. They have actually been trying to drive more attention to it over this year.

As an example, anyone from Edmonton who went to K-Days would most likely have seen the giant Koodo Nation stage, we were also there the day of the Carly Rae Jepsen concert talking to people about it, getting them to sign up, and giving out glowsticks for the concert.

And I know they made stops at other events across the country. It really is a cool site and id encourage anyone who hasn't to check it out. Its a great way to volunteer for causes you pick across the country, all from the comforts of home.

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