Build On Impressive Japanese Sinkhole Fix
Another good news story this week with terrific solution selling knock-ons.
The above pic whizzes around the web as I tap.
It’s a story that you simply have to use in as many a prez as you can between now and the end of the year.
Here’s the story. The city of Fukuoka subway works possibly caused an “unprecedented” sinkhole. Across this nearby five-lane roadway. 30 meters by 15, it was huge. Causing damage to utility pipelines and exposing adjacent building foundations.
Just 48-hours later it was all fixed. Following a pause for rain then final safety checks, the whole road was open again inside a week.
Supposedly now also “30-times stronger”.
Surely an “impressive” feat in anyone’s books.
Well, aren’t you pitching a similarly impressive fix?
Don’t you sell an equally fast turnaround? A suitably extra-reinforcing strength? Your own proven plan for delivering the required wet cement and sand that fills its unwelcome crater?
Leverage this excellent imagery.
I know it works wonders because back in 2011 I experienced using this exact kind with marvellous results.
A tsunami from the Great Sendai Earthquake hit the Fukushima nuclear plant. In its wake there were also prominent pictures of earth shifting traumas. A main expressway tore apart was repaired in an astonishing six days.
The power of this before-and-after treatment meant my message truly sunk in.
I deployed for both external and internal. A hit all ways. A simple sales-newsjack of your own to gain progress.