Latest Duct tape Stories

2011-12-30 13:35:59

Authorities said on Thursday that two Arizona parents were arrested by sheriff's deputies after posting pictures on Facebook of their children bound with duct tape. Coconino County deputies arrested 20-year-old Frankie Alhuina and 19-year-old Kayla Almuina on suspicion of two counts of child abuse on Wednesday. Their children included a 2-year-old toddler and a 10-month-old infant.  Reuters reported that they were seen online bound with duct tape on their wrists and ankles with...

2011-10-02 07:00:00

John Jantsch, author of Duct Tape Marketing, Will Share How to Create a Small Business Marketing System (PRWEB) October 02, 2011 John Jantsch, CEO and author of Duct Tape Marketing, developed the 7 Steps to Small Business Marketing as a way to help teach small business owners how to create a marketing system that produces consistent and predictable results. âœJohn Jantsch has a real knack for boiling marketing for the small business down to simple but highly...

2011-09-23 11:00:00

15,000 New Words in the Duct Tape Marketing Book Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) September 23, 2011 Duct Tape Marketing, the book, came out in 2007 and since that time tens of thousands of small business owners have used the simple, effective, affordable approach to small business marketing that it presents to grow their business. âœIn 4 years much has changed in relation to the most effective approaches in marketing a small business. It is very important to me that the...

2011-09-06 16:00:00

New product cleverly downsizes the gaffer tape used by movie and TV professionals, making it ideal for household projectsâ”and it doesnât leave a sticky residue like duct tape Stamford, CT (PRWEB) September 06, 2011 Old-fashioned duct tape can be used for many adhesive purposes. Funny thing is, it's not supposed to be used on ducts because it can become brittle over time, and even catch fire. Besides, for most of the things people use duct tape for,...

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