Business Cards in all the right places

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The names Kyle DeSmith(John Deere Financial), Doyle Moore(I.T.S.),Paul Kaufmann(Wisconsin Aviation), and Jimmy Coburn(district superintendent field sales unfi) have something in common. They all put their business cards in a container to win 50,000 IHG rewards(originally called priority club) points at a Holiday Inn in McKinney,Tx. The winner will be announced after a drawing when 25 business cards have been accumulated.

For those who might interpret this as an invasion of privacy, think again. If you put your name on a card and then drop it into a transparent container, there can be no legal or implied expectation of privacy. These salesmen want their name in circulation to increase the likelihood of a profitable transaction and to improve their professional reputation.

In fact, I know an entire school district who is looking for a charter pilot that involves foreign exchange students.

Business card drawing
Business card drawing
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  1. I tend to agree with you that there is no expectation of privacy. Its sort of like the high school girls with perfect bums who flash their bare ass at a car load of of football players and then scream rape at the frat party. They sort of asked for it…especially the white girls who like black athletes

    1. I am sure Jody Warner ,formerly employed as a prosecutor for the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office, wishes her altercation with Uber Driver Shaun Platt has been private.

      Her alcoholism and extreme incivility were manifest when she was a law student and it has finally ruined her career in law.

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