Was just curious who plans to attend this year's event. After all, since APOC classifies it as a "public event", I guess it is open to everyone.
Of course, there's the required $4,000 "donation", unless you are a public official. I noticed that they changed the entry form, eliminating the word "cost":
They also changed the wording on their website:
"KRSA's fundraising policy is generally to ask for a financial donation of each Registered Participant; provided, however, KRSA policy is not to ask for donations from public officials as they represent the interests of the public."
What "interests of the public" are our public officials representing or serving by attending this year's classic?
It would be nice to get a list of the public officials in attendance this year, and of the sponsors. I've never been one to bash politicians or business people for rubbing elbows, but after KRSA's activities the last few years, any public officials I vote for or businesses I support should be elsewhere. Hopefully someone who goes will take notes. I'm gonna save my 4 large and hang out with people I like.
Support a real charity. Save your money for the Hospice auction boys and girls.