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October 24, 2013


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I have to say these opportunities to create content arise every where the problem is putting in the time even after you recorded or created the content to edit and make it appealing.

Larry did an awesome job... Thanks for sharing David!

John J. Wall

Wow, that wouldn't surprise me on the Vineyard but amazed it happens on Nantucket.

Kate Putnam

Now all those formerly working vehicles need to be hauled off the Island on a ferry with a truck brought over from the mainland because there is no provision for junked cars on Nantucket. What a waste!!

David Meerman Scott

Raul & John - This video is such a good illustration of the idea that you can find content wherever you look.

Kate - Those cars would have been junked anyway. They are worthless either way. Throughout the year islanders look for old cars with no value to use in the demo derby. They'd be carted off island one way or another and this way serve as sport for the hundred or so people involved and entertainment for the thousand plus spectators. I think it is a terrific.

Manuel Gonzalez

So true, every business can generate content. Great article and you are right, destruction derbies are the only place an insurance agent can enjoy a car crash.

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