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LMFAO I won $20,000, a 42" TV, or a Vacation

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I'll say it again, ZERO. Chances are it's some kind of sales pitch.



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FishyJoe said:
I'll say it again, ZERO. Chances are it's some kind of sales pitch.

I don't think so. It only says the money, the TV, or the 3 day 2 night vacation certificate. That's it.


Yes, that's exactly what I'm saying. The vacation IS THE SALES PITCH. They try to sell you stuff while on 'vacation'.



FishyJoe said:
Yes, that's exactly what I'm saying. The vacation IS THE SALES PITCH. They try to sell you stuff while on 'vacation'.

It says no purchase necessary.


Sure you don't have to buy anything, but there is nothing to do on these 'vacations' except sit in a room and listen to these guys try to hard sell you something.



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If you want to live in a fantasy world where you get something for nothing, be my guest. I'm just trying to save you the heartache.



OK, whatever. I'll report back tomorrow and tell you what happened.




taxes on prizes are a bitch.



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For some reason I picture Soriku's dad to look like the Dad from Speed Racer.

What was his name? Pops Racer?



Soriku said:
◇Employees of Brown Daub Chrysler Jeep their affliates and family members are not eligible. No purchase necessary. Must be 18 years of age or older. Must have driver license & social security card and be responsible for taxes. Void where prohibited. Valid for first winning number. All Prizes will be awarded if winning number is presented during dates and times listen only. The first number that matches the winning number will win. Check the number at the dealer. If your numbers match, you will win one of these prizes. One prize per household. The odds of winning the 2nd prize are 1:38,111. The odds of winning the 1st prize are 38.109:38,111. The odds of winning the grand prize vary by week. This event has been entered in a group insurance policy for a $20,000 grand prize. Pictures are for illustration purposes only. See dealer for details. Expiration date: Close of business 12/01/07.

Doesn't seem like a sales pitch so much as that they send out a lot of tickets... 38,000 or so actually going by the odds, all of them with the winning number.  Or atleast close to all of them.

EVERYONE comes down to try and win the prize, cept only the first person their that week wins. Which will likely be some friend of one of the employees. 

Then that one lucky guy who beats all the other poor slobs their (probably a plant.) gets to pick out of some group of envelops, or some other selection processes.  With 1 grand prize, (The 20,000) hence the "Vary by weeK".  As in... if someone wins the 20,000 no one else will ever win it.  Or they don't even have to put it ins ome weeks.

Either way there will be 39-40 evenlopes.  1 with the 20,000, one with the.. HDTV or vacation... whichever is more expensive, and 38 with the other option.

So basically... you should be camping out there I guess... if it's not a scam and they already have a plant there.

Oh and of course... someone is going to try and get you to buy a jeep after you are there.