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(columbia, petal, purvis, sumrall, laurel, USM, jcjc, jones county, lamar county, forrest county)



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advocate   (ˈad-və-kət )  

  • one who supports or promotes the interests of another – publicly.
  • to recommend or urge at the least.
  • at the most, to exhort or preach.
  • a public backer.
  • one who speaks on behalf of another.

“i’d like to start by saying that it is our philosophy that no one really gives a truly effective endorsement as a paid spokes person.  a powerful advocate selflessly tells someone about something simply because they believe that something is remarkable, thought-provoking, that it’s cool, and sometimes even as a personal favor for a friend,etc.  other positive reasons (though somewhat self-centered) include garnering a good reflection on themselves.

our most powerful advocates are not and can’t be bought. that is because they know, sometimes unconsciously, that every time a powerful advocate accepts an inducement or incentive in exchange for their endorsement, their power and popularity decreases, if ever so slightly.  the public eventually begins to realize that the spokesman is motivated by more than style and good taste.  the public is far more likely to listen to an endorsement free from personal gain.

so if your powers of influence are strong, and you understand who we are, we welcome & thank you for the opportunity that you provide for us by your endorsement.”  – mr. fxr

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