Earlier this morning, I saw a commercial for Tropicana Farmstand, and the script says it contains “No added sugar.” How clever. Didn’t say “no sugar.” But the word “added” could mean they didn’t shove any more on top of what they process into it. Why say anything if you’re going to run a deception? They could add pear juice or any combination of juices to match flavor. This is a main reason I’m long since off the big corporate brands, but only wanted to say, “beware.”
I have an 08 Subaru wrx hatchback and I have three sponsors all partial sponsors but I reached out to them personally and sent them huge emails saying what shows I go to meets ect.. One of my sponsors is a local business that I help out at in return for a good discount sometimes free work, another sponsor gave me a 50% discount in return for puting there sticker on my car and the contract I signed didn’t say I had to attend a certain amount of shows or anything they just put the trust in you to advertise for them. And my last sponsor have me free clothes stickers and a 10% discount off any products I order off there site. So my advice is just don’t be afraid to send large emails or letters with all your info about you, your car, and what shoes you plan to do and what you plan to do to your car.
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