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CNC Generals World’s Chief of General Site Operations Challenges C&C Community
New viral website launch to cover CNC Generals World administrator’s car with ads and messages
MASSACHUSETTS, Aug 06, 2006 - - With the slow news in the C&C Community, CNC Generals World’s Chief of General Site Operations had lots of time to ponder the future of all things internet. Starting today, the internet will form a near direct link with his car. With the launch of http://www.writeonmycar.com he hopes to rejuvenate a bit of the Command and Conquer community as well as other users on the internet. Luckie, named Nick Allain in the non-digital world, challenges the fans of such games as Red Alert, C&C, and Generals to fill his car with their favorite phrases and messages from the respective games as well as their own personal phrases.
Luckie, as he is called online, is joyful to launch his new website. It has been in the works for over one month. When asked what kind of phrases and ads he hopes will be placed on his 1994 Chevy Cavalier, he states: “it’s open to all phrases, URL’s, and messages that are appropriate. I specifically challenge members of the C&C community as well as the users of Digg.com to fill my car with their messages.
“WriteOnMyCar.com isn’t a scam or a joke. I really drive this car every day. This is a great opportunity for sites and users to get in on something fun and get their name on something that really moves,” says Mr. Allain.
To write on Nick Allain’s car, visit http://www.writeonmycar.com. Take the C&C Challenge and put your favorite C&C phrase or URL on his car. Prices are low and start at $0.34 per character.
Last edited by Mike on Monday, August 14, 2006 at 3:29:59 PM.