The 40 WLs that were only given to staff members, that is what! Seems to me the charity would have raised much more money if they would have made the same amount as the others and sold them to the public???????ARMYSGTPENNA said:Explane you Q "seemingly corrupt event"
Dude, you sure have a creative mind! :thumbsup:POCKETWOCKET said:what a waste - giving something that precious to someone who has only $.$ in mind - too bad i have no interest whatsoever in something like that, or it might make me mad just thinking about it - there is so much wrong with that whole situation - i know, somebody who cares should put $500.00 on it, and then ignore all emails demanding payment :jest: hmmmmmmmmm....that's not a bad idea.............anybody else want to get into a bidding war and see if we can jack it up to about $1400.00 ? i bet that would put some frosting on his corn flakes !
Then they should have been advertised as "Staff Cars" like a certain white firebird for the Fest, for example.tinywheels said:Personally I don't see a problem with the "staff members" only getting the WLs. It's a specialized event and most likely needed volunteers to make it happen in the first place. If anyone here has ever been part of such a large event, then you would know how much work it takes to make it happen. A little incentive or reward can't hurt. I suppose you can the phrase "staff members" differently but even if they are paid for there time, bonuses are not unheard of. Besides only a few will most likely make it to market since workers or volunteers are often enthusiasts and will keep it for themselves. I know I would. JMHO