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The RHEDC Annual Gala event is on Friday January 31, 2014 @ Liberty Palace. We will have food, refreshments, live entertainment, great raffles, and a date auction, featuring Queen's most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes!!

The event is open to the public- $25 entrance fee. Please repost and tell your colleagues and friends. All proceeds from the event will go towards RHEDC initiatives to better the Richmond Hill community.

Originally Posted by Kari:

Me and the wife are expected to be there.

I love to attend any event that has to do with business and at the same time will like to support Vish. However the RHEDC published  events and flyers never appealed to me and is always lacking the professional touch of other business organizations .

 

I hope Vish do not go off on a tantrum but take my comments for what it is meant, how they can attract more business owners.

 

In as much as it might seem like Freak and Joker are being funny their comments about the part of the program where singles will get to meet singles  should be taken seriously. I am not aware of any economic business group having an Award Gala/ Dinner AND HOOKING UP SINGLES IS PART OF THE AGENDA.

 

This one looks to be different. The "auction" gimmick is a free-market tool to attract a clientele that is largely absent from such galas. The business of Richmond Hill is always the undercurrent. Even you should admire the marketing technique of Vish. As far as the "professional" touch is concerned, maybe your presence will be an added boost. Don't ya think?

Originally Posted by Kari:

This one looks to be different. The "auction" gimmick is a free-market tool to attract a clientele that is largely absent from such galas. The business of Richmond Hill is always the undercurrent. Even you should admire the marketing technique of Vish. As far as the "professional" touch is concerned, maybe your presence will be an added boost. Don't ya think?

Bro  business meetings, functions and  galas cannot afford to have any such gimmick, especially if you have representatives from City, State and Federal agencies. Representatives from those agencies are on the clock when they attend these functions  and will never attend if on the flyer it is stated that single people are being "auctioned".

 

Come on Kari get serious now, this in America and not Guyana where there is little or  no accountability as to what public servants do or cannot do.

 

 

Originally Posted by Mitwah:
Originally Posted by Stinger:

Mullah Kahari, you're not allowed to bid on any of the hoes err dates

Will there be inter-racial biddings?

See what I mean, that's a legit question.

 

Sometimes it makes me wonder what Vishnu really think he is running, is it a sports/ religious  club or an economic development organization.

Originally Posted by Chief:
Originally Posted by Kari:

This one looks to be different. The "auction" gimmick is a free-market tool to attract a clientele that is largely absent from such galas. The business of Richmond Hill is always the undercurrent. Even you should admire the marketing technique of Vish. As far as the "professional" touch is concerned, maybe your presence will be an added boost. Don't ya think?

Bro  business meetings, functions and  galas cannot afford to have any such gimmick, especially if you have representatives from City, State and Federal agencies. Representatives from those agencies are on the clock when they attend these functions  and will never attend if on the flyer it is stated that single people are being "auctioned".

 

Come on Kari get serious now, this in America and not Guyana where there is little or  no accountability as to what public servants do or cannot do.

 

 

Chief, "auctioned" is a metaphor. It's creative. There are many instances of straight-jacketed corporate America companies that use similar creative stunts. Surely you do not expect Vishnu to have an auctioneer's gavel and speak 100 words a minute while pointing to some smarmy bachelor (or stray husband) who nods his head or raise a finger. Surely you do not expect chicks lining up to be "auctioned".

 

Chief, at weddings they ask the single ladies to come forward and then the newly minted husband throw some commemorative object, and they do likewise for the other sex.

 

Chief, lighten up about the "auction" thing, or tell us if there is another reason to protest this. Show a big heart, like I've evangelized about you, and show up. Or make me out to be a liar, or a propagator of lurid exercises at what is supposed to be a button-up affair.

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