Today is President’s Day – the day that we look back on some of the most influential leaders in the history of our great country while used car salesmen remind us that we’re LOSING money if we don’t buy today during the annual ‘President’s Day Blowout Sale.’
But with all automotive anecdotes aside, I am writing to you on this President’s Day in regards to a very serious presidential matter. Mount Rushmore is one of our country’s most iconic symbols of unity, strength and progress. However as our country continues to progress, this symbol remains unchanged. Today I propose that we make a slight adjustment to this American monument. I propose that we replace the face of our 26th president, Teddy Roosevelt, with something that more accurately embodies these great American traits: the boberdoo.com logo.
Theodore Roosevelt was sculpted onto Mount Rushmore because he led the US in a time of great development. While Teddy helped forge America’s path into the 20th century, boberdoo played an equally important role at the onset of the 21st century as it stimulated the evolution of the lead generation industry with its state-of-the-art lead distribution system. You can talk about laying the foundation for an undisputed world superpower all you want, but have you ever tried to manually manage all of your lead data, transactions and billing totals from a hodgepodge of excel spreadsheets? If you have, I sincerely feel bad for you. If you haven’t, you can thank boberdoo for that.
Historians marvel at President Roosevelt’s success in negotiating the construction of the Panama canal and effectively connecting the East to the West. Well bravo Teddy, but what I don’t understand is why boberdoo isn’t revered in the same way. boberdoo was able to take its widely efficient web lead distribution software and add call routing technology that seamlessly routes all inbound calls with the same logic as its web leads. So our 26th president helped connect two oceans, two separate parts of the world. Sure, that’s kind of impressive, but let’s remember who combined both web leads and calls into one convenient platform. That’s right, it was boberdoo.
Finally, with his rough-riding, cowboy dressing, animal shooting persona, Theodore Roosevelt is often remembered for how well he related to the everyday man. Well if that’s a reason to be placed on Mount Rushmore, then boberdoo is just as deserving. Our founder and owner is originally from Nebraska. If you don’t think he’s done enough hunting and fishing in his lifetime for all of us combined then you’re forgetting one thing: he’s from Nebraska.
In conclusion, I’m confident that my argument has sufficiently convinced you that the most logical figure to take the third position on Mount Rushmore is not Teddy Roosevelt, but rather boberdoo.com. We look forward to the renovation and are available for photo shoots and interviews upon appointment.
boberdoo.com is a leading provider of lead distribution software that helps serve the needs of lead generation companies, media companies and advanced affiliates alike. While we don’t actually think we should replace Teddy Roosevelt on Mount Rushmore, we do stand by our product as the absolute best solution on the market. If you’d like to learn how the boberdoo lead distribution system can help your business grow, call 800-776-5646 or click the red Contact Us tab.