Thank You Johnson & Johnson! - page 2
We all owe some thanks to Johnson & Johnson for airing promotional ads for nurses during the Olympic opening ceremony. Very cool stuff if you missed it. I was flipping around but caught 2 different... Read More
Feb 10, '02:roll I've sent them a thanks as well! I also asked them to air the ads year-round. J&J scored a new fan with this campaign!
Feb 10, '02Yes it was good ad and am appreciative of JnJ for running it. The flip side of the coin is no matter how many new Rn's are recruited unless the three R's..RESPECT, RECOGNITION, and REWARD , are dealt with Nursing will be a revolving door.
Feb 10, '02Johnson & Johnson has already replied to my thank-you via e-mail. They said they would forward comments to their advertising executives. I hope everyone takes a minute to send their thanks.
Feb 11, '02This is what I sent to them:
I wanted to take a second to say WELL DONE on your commitment to nurses.
I was watching the Olympics with my daughter the other night she was lying on the sofa beside me when one of your commercials aired. As the commercial progressed she slowly began rising up to a sitting position. By the time the commercial was over she was sitting bolt upright beside me with her chest kind of puffed out and very proudly said, "Mommy, they are talking about you."
That was a wonderful treat for me. Thank you for making that possible.
Feb 11, '02Feel free to copy and paste but remember to put in your name,title,and degree.
Thank you so much for the opportunity you have made possible through your nursing ad.
My name is ____________________ , a ____ with a ____.
When a well-known, highly respectable corporation runs an ad promoting the Nursing Profession; provides for the well-being and common good of all, it's not any wonder that Johnson & Johnson is and always will be the leader in healthcare. In the past I have found that Johnson & Johnson, with its stipend working on social issues, health, and education amazing and wonderful that you have developed to help build leadership in the field of healthcare providers. I think that there is a great need for more nursing students to be able to solve our coming nursing problems.
Thank you again for your generous gift in the appreciation and professionalism that we so deserve.
Sincerely,Last edit by betts on Feb 11, '02