Hustlecon Event Marketing Email

This is a great email justifying the price of HustleCon to an audience by showing a bunch of things that cost more than a HustleCon ticket. It’s true AND humorous!

 

 

Subject: the early bird gets the worm…

 

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What up?

Sam here with the Hustle.

When I was a kid, my dad always told me the early bird gets the worm.

It annoyed the heck out of me, but hot damn was he right.

I’m not trying to go all “dad mode” on you, but if you want to get the worm (aka Hustle Con ticket), you have 4 days left before tickets increase from $200 to $400.

And to put the price in perspective, here are five things that cost more than a Hustle Con ticket…

Two months of commuting on the Golden Gate Bridge – $750

A weekend of proper partying – $250

A shark chumbuddy sleeping bag – $230

One Ted conference ticket – $6,000

A cow bench – $1,600

Really takes a cow bench to put things into perspective, doesn’t it?

Hustle Con is happening on June 23rd in Oakland, California at the Paramount Theatre (right across the Bay Bridge). We have a limited number of Early Bird tickets left. So, if you want to learn from the founders of America’s fastest startups, then buy your ticket now.

Click here to get your ticket now.

See you then,

Sam

PS: If you have any questions, reply to this email and I’ll get back to you asap.

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