Originally Posted by SPIDER-DAN
I sell discs all the time (only at public parks). I usually only sell discs that no one else sells.......kinda rare ones. People usually come to me asking for a certain kind of disc and i bring it to the next tournament.......it usually starts out as a request cause they could not find it anywhere else.
I do think that if the td's started to accept so called 'fly marts' to operate at the tournaments for a small price then players would have more to chose from. They could even accept script and give the amatuer class players more to choose from when they win. I see too often that amatuer players are given a pack of discs for thier prize and its ones they dont even want or would never throw. I remember the td at one of tournaments at seatac letting some fly-marts operate for a certain price and calling it a sponser.........great idea!
I agree Dan, Im under the mindset of "the more the merrier", as long as there isn't cash taken away from local clubs that are selling plastic. I think if there is a club selling and a vender comes in to sell, there should be some sort of royalties paid. I don't think it needs to be alot, because most folks aren't making that much off plastic anyhow, but a little somthing.