Originally Posted by LJ Jubner
It was a complement about how well though out it (ORE series) was. I just find it hard to believe they did not make money. You know the old wholesale retail gouging argument. How can the same regular disc be valued so drastically different from vendor to vendor?
It's interesting how well you spin sam. You made my complement into a dig?
Maybe you could offer some insight instead of quick quips and jabs.
What do you think about my question? Can players decline to participate in series fees or designate them as donations to the "local host clubs"?
Jub you completely ignored my post and I am feeling left out. Go back and read it, calculate how far a $3.00 dollar fee goes, factor in all the items I described and then tell us how much profit was attained from this adventure. I know it could require some work on your part and some assumptions but you are good at those so I will wait patiently for your reply.
Oregon Series was classified as nothing it is just a series of events, Northwest Disc Golf Promotions was classified as a Not-for-Profit.
Andrew, I don't take your posts as a dig against the Bellingers and you have always been supportive of the Oregon Series. I appreciate the path you are taking and the amount of work you will be putting forth into disc golf. I think we both know that most of the information on here is speculation and if we want real answers we need to go to the source. Perhaps you can ask these same questions to Cris and Teresa directly but by no means are they required to post on any forum about anything regarding the Oregon Series and their involvement for the last 8 years. Their public service announcement was nothing more than that and should be read as an announcement.
Good luck and I look forward to the Northwest Series!