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ASU Student Sells Doomsday-Proof Advertising to Raise Money For Tuition
ASU student and entrepreneur Tyle Ross has raised over $1,000 by selling Doomsday-Proof advertising guaranteed well past 2012 Doomsday predictions.
Ross’s website, Pyramid of Pixels denounces any Doomsday events occurring on December 21, 2012; the alleged Doomsday many predict the world will end on. Ross guarantees his customers will have online advertising for at least 5 years; well beyond the date of popular Doomsday predictions. The Pyramid shaped grid resembles the shape of a Mayan pyramid complete with a jungle background. The logo of Pyramid of Pixels displays the slogan “Providing Unique Advertising all day, every day…even on doomsday!”
Pyramid of Pixels utilizes Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and a YouTube commercial to help gain more visitors and awareness. Ross also maintains a blog where he discusses current topics about Pyramid of Pixels, Doomsday, and ASU to keep viewers informed of popular topics like 2012 and tuition. Ross has also recently begun selling Pyramid of Pixels T-shirts to help expand his business and reach out for more support.
Ross has currently sold over $1,000 in advertising space since he started his business on January 31st, 2011. For more information please visit http://www.pyramidofpixels.com
Pyramid of Pixels provides unique online advertising that is guaranteed to survive any alleged Doomsday predictions. Pyramid of Pixels was launched on January 31, 2011 by Tyler Ross in attempt to raise money to pay for his tuition and to complete his university degree.
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