There was talk on the boards about how some folks might be making money at the Zanesville Ride-In. Well - we hope all the vendors made a fortune (that way they will want to come back)!
We hope Hal and Mark do even better at the Bakersfield Bash than they did in Zanesville.
But...Understand...the VRCC didn't make DIME ONE at Zanesville on registration.
Want to know how WE'RE doin
it this time - read on....
One dinner admission ticket
ii. Five raffle tickets for drawings to be held during the event for prizes
iii. One event commemorative pin
iv. Schedule of events and ceremonies during the Rally
v. Entrance Fee into the "National Monument" on the Sierra Ride
Packet items MAY NOT be purchased separately (except the event pin
which will be on sale at the CAT F6Rider Store).
ii. To reiterate, This Event is Totally Non-Profit. All proceeds from registration above costs will go to the Bakersfield Make-A-Wish Foundation. Neither the VRCC nor any other group besides the VRCC vendors shall raise monies at the event; and all monies, after costs, will go to the Bakersfield Make-A-Wish Foundation.
a. We’ve set precedents with the Valkyries in the Valley
Yosemite Ride of not having any parties or clubs profit from the
charitable rides. The Valkyrie Riders Cruiser Club would like to
continue in this manner.
b. The VRCC did not profit from the first Ride-In in Ohio at Zanesville. Donations are being made to the Pediatric Brain Foundation with extra monies, after costs, from that event.
So There You Have It
If you like what you see and agree with us, let us know we are headed in the right direction. If you have some ideas on how we might do things better, don't keep them a secret, tell us (remember though, that this is an all volunteer organization, so be prepared to help us out). If you think we are way off base, be a stand up guy or gal and give
us the benefit of your opinion. You always have the option of voting with your feet, but no one gains by that.
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