Recently, a fifth-grade student, Bria Loveday wrote a letter to Elon Musk in which she suggested an awesome idea. Elon Musk praised her plan as “great” and promised to implement it. Elon Musk wrote “We’ll do it!” on Twitter.
A 5th-Grade Student Gives A Marketing Advice To Elon Musk, And He Loves It!
If we talk about Twitter, lots of celebrities and CEO’s are active on Twitter. Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk is one of them who always remains active on Twitter. He usually shares everything on Twitter like updates on Space X.
Recently, a fifth-grade student, Bria Loveday wrote a letter to Elon Musk in which she suggested an awesome idea and guess what? Tesla CEO Elon Musk also shared his views on the idea forwarded by the fifth-grade student.
Bria Loveday, who wants to be a politician, wrote a letter that Tesla cars are the “best thing” she had ever seen and also shown her desire to drive a Tesla car shortly.
@elonmusk Elon, my daughter wrote you a letter for a school project. She mailed it to Tesla, but I figured I'd paste here. Thank you! pic.twitter.com/ntGEL9WCh3
— Steven (@Writer_StevenL) March 2, 2017
Well, Bria Loveday is the daughter of Twitter user Steven, suggested that Elon Musk should run a competition to find the best homemade commercial for Tesla. That means the 5th-grade student suggested Elon Musk; Teslalaunch a homemade commercial contest with incentives.
Bria Loveday wrote a letter “You could give the winners a year of free Supercharging or a Model 3 Easter Egg or something, the cool part is that you still won’t be taking the time and money to advertise for yourself. It would be so cool if you could hook me up with a Tesla t-shirt.”
Well, Elon Musk replied to the idea within an hour. Elon Musk responded the 5th Grade student on Twitter, where he praised her plan as “great” and promised to implement it. Elon Musk wrote “We’ll do it!” on Twitter.
Thank you for the lovely letter. That sounds like a great idea. We'll do it! https://t.co/ss2WmkOGyk
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 2, 2017
Let me tell you, according to the reports from Global Equities Research, Tesla spends only $6 per car on advertising. Whereas, makes of luxury cars relies a lot on advertising. The report states “For every Jaguar that finds a buyer, parent company Tata Motors spends $3,325. Lincoln shells out $2,550 on advertising for every car it sells”
On the letter, Bria Loveday also expresses her disappointment over Tesla cars not being sold in Michigan.
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