I was assigned to Tanaguga Supporter's Ambassador on Nov. 20, 2015!
The other ambassadors were assigned at the general assembly of Tokyo Tanagura Association the other day. As I was not present at the assembly, I was to receive it by mail. And here's what I got today.
I got the certificate of Tanagura Supporter's Ambassador with the name of Mr. Yuza, the mayor of Tanagura Town. This is the first time to assign the ambassadors, and my number is 15th. Then, I wonder how many ambassadors are there for Tanagura Town. I wish I had a change to meet any of them.
Ah, well, I've got a badge, too. I wonder how I use it, though...
By the way, the business card is here! It calls Tanagura Town as "Little Kyoto in Tohoku Region". Little Kyoto means a town which resembles Kyoto.
During my last visit this autumn, I changed my mind and would rather like to promote Tanagura Town as a town of morning mist.
By the way, there are four kinds of business cards for the ambassador. Yamamoto Fudouson Temple in autumn, Akadate Park in spring, Site of Tanagura Castle in summer, and Site of Tanagura Castle in spring lie from left to right. I would be thrilled if my photos were adopted to the business cards...
But, as some of you might have realized already, there are two weak points for business scenes...
This is, indeed, folded in half!!
I understand that they want to write lots of PR information. but business cards folded in half are
1. bulky in my hand
2. not stylish
3. bulky in your hand, too
There's few good points there... And this portrait format is not that convenient either because most of the business cards are in landscape formats.
Well, yes, thanks to the folded-in-half design, the back side of the card has lots of PR information. They are extremely rich!
I'm not willing to reduce the volume of the PR information, but I prefer a unfolded landscape format, haha.
I now have 100 cards. Am I going to share all of them this weekend??? Well, I'm not sure, haha. I will keep promoting Tanagura Town as I have been doing so far!