May 23, 2009 Katja Presnal

I got a PR pitch for Brẽz snore-eradicator yesterday and I think the pitch is brilliant and so funny.

As a PR person myself, I know that getting an “angle” to your pitch is important, and when you can have a timely pitch related to current events, that’s even better. I haven’t tested the product, but this pitch made me sure interested in eliminating my husband’s snoring and checking out the Brẽz.

Read it yourself…

What’s the best gift-giving strategy if you’re a woman trying to figure out how to please her man on Father’s Day? Do what little kids do – give him the gift you really want for yourself.

And what would be that great present for you – and one that would actually be a true gift to your mate as well? How about something that would put an end to his cosmically annoying snoring. That way you both win – you finally get a good night’s sleep and he gets to live with a more rested, nicer you (and probably sleep better himself).

That’s the idea behind a unique Father’s Day gift suggestion from the makers of Brẽz®, a new and effective snore-eradicator – give your man the means to stop snoring and then reward him handsomely when he does.

So now I’m just thinking – how will I reward my man handsomely when he stops snoring…


Katja Presnal

Katja Presnal shows how to live Nordic inspired life to the fullest and plan your dream life. Katja owns Presnal5 strategic marketing intelligence agency and wants to help marketing professionals to combine a dream career and dream life via freelance work.Katja is an award-winning marketing strategist, and a well-known speaker. Katja has lived in five different countries, and seven states in the USA. Her three children were all born in different countries within three years. When not working or jet-setting the world, Katja is at home cooking big family dinners.She has been featured in NY Times, Glamour, Redbook, Fodor's, Forbes and Woman's Day magazines among many other national and international publications and written for MTV3 and Lifetime TV networks.

Comments (7)

  1. Hiya,

    Stop snoring?! Wow that would make a really good Fathers Day gift idea, and one that mum would enjoy too! Snoring is really annoying, just give em a good old kick to make them role over and all is well for a while! I sometimes find it quite hard to come up with new ideas, but I guess sometimes it is better to stick to the ideas which I know he will enjoy. I think the whole family will be taking him out to his favorite sea food restaurant on Fathers Day, and I think my brother is going to take him to play golf in the afternoon. I won’t be able to make it till much later on but I will be there for the meal which will be nice. I have found it hard to find a Father’s Day card which I think Dad will like, also I find that shops always charge so much money for cards, so this time I have decided to try something different. Dad is always on his computer playing card games and puzzles, so I think I might try and send him an eCard this year. I spent ages on the net trying to find a site I liked and have come across a cool Fathers Day e-Card site which is free. I had never sent an eCard before, so I was glad this site made it really easy to choose and send a card. I was pleased to see a large range of Father’s Day cards too. There are loads of sites out there so it is definitely worth trying some out and seeing what you like.

  2. When you get right down to it… stopping someone’s snoring is a gift to those that have to listen to it.

  3. OMG, if it works I’ll buy my husband a lifetime supply. But I can’t give it to him for Father’s Day. He still brings up the time about 18 years ago when I got him a humidifier for Christmas (he said he needed one!).

  4. Too funny! Elizabeth, I think the effects (or is that affects? I always get that wrong) of twitter on marriage haven’t been talked about enough. ;-)

  5. The problem with my husband is as he snores, I tweet about it as he is keeping me awake. Things get rough here in the morning when he looks at my twitter stream in the A.M. I tell him each tweet was sent with love, otherwise I would have been waking him up to tell him to stop….LOL. I need this..ummmm….i mean he needs this ;)

  6. Oh, that makes me laugh! I have a father and a father in-law who both saw logs every night… as in, you can hear them from the other end of the house. Fortunately for me, my husband very rarely snores, and when he does it’s allergy and sinus related, so I don’t complain!

    However, if he did snore, I can think of a couple rewards for not snoring… ;-)

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