To view and print the pamphlets visit Aaron Larson, NHMI Director, at to receive the text only files for use in your newsletters or other methods of distribution.OR, request the full color files if you plan to customize them yourself.
Would recommend that local community marriage grantees consider advertising (for general awareness as well as recruitment) and having it run in the theaters especially preceding this particular movie.
It's probably best to do ads when the movie is first released in theaters but check with the local theater advertising rep regarding projected attendance rate in 2nd and 3rd week.
This is an incredible bargain - there are enormous time and production costs to create something like this. This should inspire all of you to go out and get a sponsor - a bank, department store, real estate company, local foundation, Chick-fil-A or a Chick-fil-A counterpart (see last item in this post) - to help.
The spot can be viewed on the First Things First website at on Bad Move).
Sharon Starling Marketing Consultant for the MI HMC Sample ads: Eye-catching, creative new posters to support your relationship skills work with teens (or really anyone) available from The Dibble Fund. My favorite is “If the Marriage Ain’t Happy, ain’t Nobody Happy”.
I think it should hang in the front hall of ALL of our offices. - diane National Healthy Marriage Institute (NHMI) is giving organizations and individuals the right to reproduce their Healthy Marriage Pamphlet Series in written and/or electronic format AT NO COST.402-320-2953 F.402-491-3465 [email protected] - BAD MOVE: ANTI-COHABITATION PSA WOW!!I just watched "Bad Move" the brand new, TERRIFIC PSA produced by First Things First (FTF), and trust me, it's worth your time to go to the web site and view it.For more information contact First Things First at 423/267-5383.----------------------- - BLACK MARRIAGE PSA • Wedded Bliss Foundation has two public service announcements targeting the Black community.flirt######################## Mc Manus/Marriage Savers comes to Orange County - A SAMPLE of the flyer promoting Mike Mc Manus' visit is also running as a half-page ad in the Orange County edition of the "Christian Examiner" in both May and June.