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Re: MVP Refunds

Postby teledork » Mon Jul 30, 2012 11:42 am

Biker395 wrote:Kettle corn? I'm in.

ya' mean "crack" corn? :inlove:

Re: MVP Refunds

Postby Jbaysurfer » Mon Jul 30, 2012 11:54 am

Well said Meyerfun! Excellent rant!

You know what I think on the subject already, but this line from the MVP Q and A page would make me not worry too much about future eligibility

My child is under 7 in the 2012/2013 season. Will they be able to get MVP Pass pricing in future years?

Yes, the MVP club is now open to everyone.

BTW Teledork, well said on the Pretzel comment. Sometimes in effort to discredit the poster, obfuscation causes the original discussion to get brushed aside (a technique our elected officials use all too often-different rant ;-)).
Biker395 wrote:All I can say is that I view the person who founded and grew the company as a hero, and the person that bought it and tore it down as a parasite. And I say that as an avowed capitalist.
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