Last month Dunkin’ Donuts in the Tampa area gave out free coffee. And guess what happened?
Free-loaders visited in droves. They didn’t buy a freakin’ thing. Nothing. Just took the coffee and ran.
I was told this by a couple people who witnessed this.
I said: “You mean they didn’t require that the visitor be a customer in order to get the coffee?”
“Unfortunately, NO,” he said. “And they took advantage in a big way.”
“No kiddiing?” I replied.
“It’s a sign of the times,” he said. “We’re now living in a something for nothing society.”
“Well, there’s one good thing about what DD did,” I said.
“What’s that?” he asked.
“At least them didn’t give them donuts.”
“And one good thing,” I said. “People at DD don’t congregate in droves and hang out all day, sitting on their rumps, typing on lap tops and fiddling with a crack berry.”
For the most part, they grab their coffee, their donuts or their multi-grain bagels and run.
Provided you follow your trip to DD with a set of Hindu Pushups, Hindu Squats and more – you’re better off than just having a drink or bite to eat.
After all, exercise is still KING.
Now, unlike DD, I have a bunch of freebies that I give to people who have the guts to take the plunge, to take one step forward into a better life – without donuts.
In fact, I am now giving away five gifts to those who are willing to do something good for themselves this very instant.
Find out what these five gifts are by going here.
P.S. One of the gifts is a deck of playing cards with exercises straight out of Combat Conditioning.