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Trickle Down Economy Dried UP!

HORRORS! MY SHARE OF TRICKLE DOWN DRIED UP

 

Our politicians and (wealthy) TV pundits repeatedly tell us that tax cuts and rewarding the rich will cure the economy. In all these years that we have adopted this policy it has not happened. Are we going to continue to believe them?

I am going to compose a story I hope you will enjoy reading.

I made a deal, and for fulfilling this obligation I was paid $100 (I shall use $100 as a base). I enjoyed the use of this newly earned wealth which I spent passing the $100 to A, who in turn dealt with B. This $100 then passed on to C then D and kept moving reaching Z +. Amazing the same $100 pleased so many.

That is what I envisioned. I have yet to close the deal.

“Well Mr. Uncle Sam, I am ready to proceed with the arrangement as proposed and tentatively agreed upon.”

Mr. Sam responds,” It is a beneficial project with good value for the expenditure. However, Congress just passed a tax cut, reducing our revenue, so we have to drop this and many other projects.”

I am devastated. I needed that money. Holding back my tears, I said, “Do you realize Mr. Sam I am going to be short of money? I will not be able to make my mortgage payment, and very soon I will be behind on my car payment.”

Sam responded, “Oh I do realize that, but sympathy on my part will not generate the funds needed. I will be shedding far more tears than you will. I am also thinking of A and B and all those through Z+ who will also be deprived of the money you would have helped circulate. My sadness far exceeds the sadness of you and all your potential beneficiaries combined, because I will not be collecting taxes on the $100 (basis) that you now will not earn. I will be deprived of all the taxes I would have collected from A and B and all those through Z+. It is an irony the tax cut will take your tax to zero. Too bad your income will also be zero. Yours is only one of many projects that I have to cancel. This will add to my deficit in a very big way. We all know that the bulk of tax savings will wind up in pockets of the rich. The politicians claim that the money will trickle down. I suggest you try to sell your project to one of them.”

The ‘Joe Rich’ building was easy to find. I was able to see the skyscraper from the distance. I entered the large lobby. The room was somewhat bare. At the center was a large directory. Mr. Rich was on top of the list located at the ‘penthouse’ –no floor number.

I entered Mr. Rich’s office nauseated by the stench of tobacco smoke. The office was huge. Such ambiance! Beautiful paintings hung on the walls. There were statues in each corner. Many luxurious sofas were placed at various parts of the room. I felt very insignificant seated on a small chair at a large desk. A rather plump Mr. Rich was seated on the other side. He occasionally puffed at a cigar. A large ashtray in front of him was filled with ash and cigar butts that seemed to occupy more area than the few papers on his desk.

He thumbed through very fast over the proposal I handed him. “I’m not interested,” he responded.

“Mr. Rich, if you will not buy my proposal, please give me a job. We have been told that people with money, because they have the money, will hire.”

“Sorry I must laugh, though I sympathize with your plight. I need an incentive to hire. I hire employees to help me make money. Currently the consumer demand is low. In my opinion the recent tax cut will put most of the money in the hands of the super rich, whose spending needs have already been met, and who will not spend it. This will decrease the money circulation, further reducing the consumer demand. Unemployment will increase, diminishing even more, the consumer’s ability to spend. Thanks to the Congress tax cut, enriched by it I will not need to work hard to keep my businesses efficient. I am planning lay offs. This will give me more cash I can use to show my appreciation to my special congressmen and to add some more to my list.”

I am appalled. “You admit you are bribing them!”

“No, if I hand it to them under the table, it would be a bribe. If I declare it, it is labeled ‘lobbying’. The Supreme Court has joined our side. It is now legal to secretly buy the influence and is labeled ‘free speech’.

“There are other rich people. I suggest you try elsewhere.”

Mr. Wealthy agreed to see me and gave me his address. The gate was open and the guard house was empty. I drove on. The drive was a treat. The landscape was exquisite. The bushes were neatly trimmed placed between colorful flower beds. There were several ponds. An occasional picturesque bridge spread over the water.  I arrived at this massive building. It was a cross between a mansion and a castle. The main door was at the center of the complex. Above the door was a large sign reading, ‘Welcome to Wealthy enterprises’.

I was warmly received by the receptionist. She contacted Mr. Wealthy on the phone informing him of my arrival. I looked around the lobby. It was cluttered with artifacts and decoration. The strong emphasis was oriental.

Already a little hopeful, I was delighted, to see Mr. Wealthy, come around his desk, meet me at the door, with a smile and a warm handshake. He had me sit on a comfortable sofa and sat near me.

“How can I help you?” he enquired.

“Mr. Wealthy, please give me a job. Congress tells us the newly passed tax cuts will enable you to employ people.”

“I could do that. Are you willing to relocate to China and accept the wages we pay there? I have shut down factories in this country where the cost of labor is high, and relocated them in China.”

Mr. Wealthy smiles, “I have invested heavily in our trade association. They have put together a massive lobby to convince Congress to expand trade agreements. Congress has done so and tells us it is good for the nation. I believe it. Add to my cost savings, the Chinese are far more relaxed on safety and environmental standards. I love our Congress and I love you people. With less money in your pocket you seek out the cheaper ‘made in China’ products. Some American manufacturers cannot compete; they reduce pay and benefits that results in weaker consumers, who now also seek the cheaper Chinese goods!

 “You should seriously consider applying for the China position. We have successfully reduced jobs available in the U S, while Congress maintains a loose control on immigration resulting in more people competing for fewer jobs. This squeezes employee compensation and almost destroys union bargaining power.”

I left feeling desperate. I could compete with the illegal immigrants.

The entrance to the farm was not very elegant. The gate was somewhat dilapidated. There was a long wordy sign. It read:

‘Welcome to Mr. Farmers farm. We are a growing operation. We grow a variety of foods you eat. We grow our bank accounts and we even grow money on trees.’

It was a long dirt road to Mr. Farmer’s house. The road was uneven and I had to drive slow, the better to see the vast acres of plants on both sides. A good view of where our taxpayer subsidies are going.

 “Mr. Farmer, they tell me there are jobs that Americans will not do, so you hire immigrants. I am an American, and I need the work. I will accept any job at your rate.”

“You being an American make it a problem. I pay the immigrants under the table, and it would be risky for me to do it in your case.”

I am stunned by his blatant response. “You know it is illegal to hire undocumented immigrants.”

“I know. Our strong lobby keeps Congress from enforcing that law. Then thanks to you and your fellow Americans, for demanding a fence. This gives Congress an out. They are following up on the ‘danged’ fence. I am amused: they have built a portion of it. So what is to stop immigrants walking around it? If after a tremendous expense and time a fence is completed at both the southern and northern borders, what would stop them from climbing over it or tunneling under it: better yet they could blow holes through it in more places faster than we could repair them. Then of course there are the extremely long coastlines. If someday the economy improves beyond our southern border, the immigrants wanting to return home may be fenced in the wrong direction. In the mean time we are over supplied with working people, and this suits us employers. We can keep wages suppressed.”

Mr. Farmer continues, “You seem like a determined person. Become an entrepreneur. Get some money from a bank. The banks have a lot of money.”

Standing at the door of the bank I could feel there is money here. The door knob was shining gold. Gold braiding around each of the window pains which were colorful stained glass-- our bail out money at work.

“Mr. Money Bank, you have my well thought out business plan. Will you loan me the money?”

“Your plans are impressive, but the risk is too high. Consumer demand is not sufficient, and the tax cuts will reduce it further as we have seen historically. Reagan cut taxes in 1981. Recession followed. Then he raised the taxes and the economy improved. Bush cut the taxes and the economy tanked. He followed with another tax cut, and he left us in the mess we are still struggling to recover from.

“We should learn from history. This great recession should bring back to mind the great depression. In 1933 Roosevelt spent money available from recently increased taxes. The following year GNP rose 7.7 percent and unemployment dropped. 1935 Roosevelt spent lavishly on infrastructure and in spite of new Social Security taxes in effect the GNP grew another 8.1 percent and unemployment fell again. 1936 the top tax rate was increased to 79 percent and the GNP advanced another 14.1 percent and another drop in unemployment followed.  In 1937 with the deficit bloated the President cut spending and a recession followed. 1939 the need for military equipment made increased spending necessary and once again GNP grew and unemployment decreased. The formula is evident: increased taxes and spending effectively stimulates the economy.

Think of taxes as commission of a small percentage of the earnings coming from living in the USA. There are many countries with much lower tax rates, but the earning capacity is equally subdued. Why do so many foreigners strive to migrate here and pay our high taxes?

It is unfortunate Congress is currently cutting taxes and plans deep spending cuts.”

In desperation I responded, “You banks are holding up much of the national wealth. You could initiate the money circulation that would boost the economy.”

Mr. Bank responds, “You put the onus on the banks. We are small potatoes compared to the federal government. The federal budget is over three and half trillion. Economic stimulation by the government is enormous. Try this exercise: assume the government starting this moment stops all spending. About four million government employees cease to receive their pay checks. Institutions that government supports come to a halt causing layoffs of millions more. Businesses contracted by the government will lose their profits and of course large numbers added to the unemployed. Social services will close down. No Medicare payments, no social security checks etc. All this money taken out of circulation will destroy the economy. Many corporations will shut down, compounding the unemployment.

“Secondly, the rich talking heads like the present conditions and do not want government to intervene. Our talking heads to promote their personal agenda have successfully demonized the government. Our falsely demonized government has a history of outstanding achievements. Let me point to this example: soon after the Second World War the government guaranteed home mortgages to creditworthy home buyers. The banks loan business ballooned. For the huge purchase of a home the buyer borrowed money from future earnings, stretching to as far as 30 years and put it into immediate circulation. This was multiplied by buyers across the country expanding the housing market. This in turn boosted the many industries that participate in the construction of a home.”

“Wall street has destroyed the housing industry,” I reacted. “What else can the government do?”

“Another astounding achievement to the government’s credit, they put men on the moon and doing so they circulated money through the economy in a big way. During that period, the ‘60s we had the best economy the world had ever seen to that date. Currently we have a serious energy problem. If we would tackle this problem as we did the space race, we would make ourselves energy independent and burst out of the recession. We desperately need to repair our infrastructure; this would significantly boost our economy.”

I reflect, “You are advocating the government spend money it does not have. If families budget their expenses based on their earnings, should not the government do the same?”

Mr. Banks responded emphatically, “There is a big difference in the handling of your family finances and that of the government. You see a price tag of $100 and decide to purchase, but the cashier demands more than the $100 dollars after adding the sales tax. Now when the government purchases, the government could offer to pay $80 as tax money has to be paid on the profit. But the government is smart, pays the $100 and accepts an IOU to be paid April 15. This $100 now passes on to B and then C and on and on to Z+ and each of them will owe taxes. The government makes a huge profit on the initial expenditure.

The government stimulation is fantastic. It pays for itself, yielding a profit. It circulates money extensively and when consumers have money to spend, businesses expand employing more people and increasing consumers. The economy spirals upwards. The President is for the stimulation, but a few senators block the program.”

I am exasperated, “It seems hopeless for me. None of the rich business people will help me.”

“Try a philanthropist.”

So I do. “Mr. Generous, I have looked extensively for work but have not succeeded. Maybe you can help me.”

“My foundation funds noble causes. We build schools in third world countries; we build water systems for communities, we set up medical clinics. We just do not help individuals. However, I feel very sorry for the many unemployed, under employed and those working for lower wages, and or lower benefits.”

I gasp. “Seems like the rich use their money to buy the best lobby they can buy and they in turn put together a Congress that favors the rich at the cost of the working people.”

Mr. Generous ponders. “You working people outnumber the rich. Why do you vote against your interest? You could have a Congress of your choosing.”

I react, “Here again their money beats us. They reward the talking heads, who spin information to confuse us. They repeat false information often enough that we believe them. They have divided us. The parties are so involved fighting each other that we do not notice that the rich are sucking up all the cream.”

“You are catching on,” Mr. Generous points out. “The politician will side with you on the issue that concerns you, but after capturing your vote sides with private interests for the big bucks they wave in front of them. It is money that decides the elections, and it is money that determines the legislation. Voters should unify on ignoring issues. Once again the issues are tools for the politicians. Ask your candidate how much money they have collected, and from whom, and then inform him or her in a loud voice for all to hear, ‘Your vote goes to the one with the least money.’”

I am confused, “If we could put in place a friendly Congress, how would it help us economically?”

“Then you make your demands. If you voters unite, you would make a large and strong lobby no other could compete. I mentioned the energy project. Demand the Government take on a massive infrastructure program. Here are some more ideas:

“Redo the tax code so that the average person pays considerably less. These are people who have needs and will spend and therefore help circulate money. Make up the revenue difference by increasing the taxes on the rich. They are so wealthy it would not change their life style one bit.

“Should the rich pay more? Definitely! Their demand for services is very high. Example: our massive defense budget prevents a foreign power from conquering us and confiscating our homes.  I have seven homes each worth over a million dollars. The rich need this protection for their factories and businesses.

“Our massive military and economic aid is used to protect ‘the American interest’ around the world. You are an American, but it is not your interest. It is the business, the influence and money of the very rich that we are protecting.

“Another example of how tax money is consumed by the rich: an employee needs a road to travel to the work place, the rich employer needs many roads for all employees to get to work and maintain the business. More roads are needed yet so raw materials can be shipped in, and again still more roads to ship finished products to customers. Taxes are necessary to build roads.

“In general, most of the tax money is spent either to help the rich or winds up in their pockets. Why the rich get bent out of shape when a program helps the poor is not understandable. Who gains from the increased spending and consumption by the middleclass? The rich, of course; they sell the goods and services.

“Much research funds are given to large corporations. The research that may be conducted anyway is now transferred to the bottom line and distributed as dividends to the very rich. We Americans are innovators and we should take advantage of that by diverting funds to small garage type operations. The money will be spent and there is a sound history of grand successes from this sector growing into big businesses, creating numerous jobs.

“The big banks destroyed our housing market, creating a wide chasm for the world’s economy to fall into, and they themselves were collapsing. The situation was salvaged by tax payer money. Housing remains shattered dragging the economy. We now blame the home owner for buying beyond their means, many of whom made justifiable commitments before the destruction of the economy. The banks and their agents doled out mortgage money based on falsified documents so that they could generate disguised securities. Now, the onus should be put on the banks to reduce in a big way the foreclosures that are competing and depressing the housing market. By edict, the foreclosure process should lean heavily in favor the home owner staying in their homes and thereby reduce the massive oversupply of houses.

“The more social programs we have results in more money in the hands of the consumer. This large pool of funds becomes a big incentive for businesses and entrepreneurs to loosen their hold on the massive sums of funds, to expand their operations, and increase their earning capacity.

“People earning minimum wage cannot satisfy their needs. Raising that pay would transfer the funds into the economy and in a hurry. There is some talk of doubling it. Imagine the massive infusion of money circulating if that would happen. This huge source of funds will be a strong incentive for businesses to expand their operations, pumping more money into the economy, and of course creating more jobs and more consumers. This free flow of wealth will wind up in the pockets of those paying the higher minimum wage. As they expand their operations to meet this demand, they will need more employees, not less as the proponents against it argue.

“Many large corporations use tax adjustments and do not pay any. Then we give them subsidies. These funds wind up with the very rich large stock holders and corporate officers, and little to none of it circulates into the economy. Our rich politicians and TV pundits tell us this is necessary as the companies are too big to fail: it would hurt us if we allowed that to happen. Now social programs that help the poor and middle class, we are told are entitlements we cannot afford, and it promotes laziness of the recipients. The tiny portion that filters down to this category is miniscule compared to the massive welfare programs for the rich. However, social programs take care of some of the essentials leave more money to spend to satisfy needs: resulting in a boost to the economy.

“It is a simple economic formula: the greater the demand for working people, the higher the wages and increased benefits.

“The next idea is my favorite: the top bracket the super rich earn should be taxed at 91%! 1940s and 1950s, the top tax rate was over 90% and our economy was the best we had ever seen to that time. After all the money they make and keep before reaching that bracket, conceptually they will not feel the difference. Then offered a tax write off on expanding or starting a business within our boundaries, these smart people will take good advantage of that; pay only $9 per $100 cost, while Mr. Sam will pay $91 to their benefit. This will create jobs and boost money circulation: trickle down really working!”

 

C J Primlani

 

Postscript: By Ron Sanyal and C J Primlani

 

Do the rich create jobs? Yes, but first they need the ‘trickle down’. When the wealth is with the consumers, corporations vigorously compete. They expand their operations, start new businesses. They invest contributing further to the economy and they hire employees and train them when necessary as they had done in the past. They do not waste time looking for cheaper employees from some far corner of the world. They wisely make overtime payments.

 

Work hard and make money. If money arrives first, why work hard.  Therefore employers cut back on operations, lay off some, reduce benefits for the others and increases demands on them.

 

It is my, (Ron), burning desire to bring some equality of wealth between the 1% and the rest of us. Many politicians, of both parties promise jobs but have not delivered. They do not know how. Send me to Congress and I will form a large group of those who are for jobs, and others, and apply the formulas given above. We will also seek additional ideas.

 

If you want a government of the corporations, by the corporations, for the corporations, vote for the Republicans. They will deliver that for you.

 

If you want a government of the people, by the people, for the people, vote for me,

 

RON  SANYAL

  

 

 

 and I will devote my heart and soul to bring that about.

 

Please pass this manuscript to your friends. They will enjoy reading it. For multiple copies, or to check my credentials, control click (wait):  http://democracy.com/ronsanyal/default.aspx

 

Election dates:

 

Primary: Tuesday, May 3, 2016           General: Tuesday, Nov 01, 2016                                                           

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The Big Fight!

THE BIG FIGHT

Flood! People rush to buy tickets for the big fight. The advertising is extensive. Sold out! Television stations love this. They make money from advertising the contest and again from broadcasting the event.

            The stadium filled by supporters of both fighters. The referee steps into the ring. A microphone lowers. He has a loud voice: not only the hall hears him clearly, but reaches the many enthusiasts beyond these walls.

            “On my left, in the blue corner, a Democrat.” The room bursts with noise: a mixture of cheers and boos.  “On my right in the red corner a Republican.” Once again the noise volume is unbearable. “When the bell rings, come out of your corners and give us an exciting fight.” He steps out of the ring.

            “Seconds out of the ring.”

            ‘Bong……creek…. creek….. creek.’ The bell not only cracks, but is almost falls apart.

            There was no pause after the bell rang, both contestants rush at each other. No time lost shaking hands; they vigorously slam into each other.

            The Democrat spectators yell out their support. The Republicans roar with equal enthusiasm. Over and above the noise, the sound of the many punches is audible.

            Blood is pouring on the floor. Who is bleeding? On close examination both contestants are dripping.      

            There are many rounds to go, but the winners are already celebrating. Not at ringside, in fact not in this stadium. In a posh hotel the multibillionaires toast themselves with expensive drinks. It matters little who wins the fight; they own both parties.

            The group leader, calls for attention. “We have done extremely well. We have supported the most influential candidates of both parties. With the promise of more funds in the future, we can expect much favorable legislation.”

            A voice from the group speaks out, “Who do you think will win?”

            The MC laughs, “It does not really matter, as long as we have them absorbed by the contest. We own both parties. We told the American people, enrich the rich and wealth will trickle down to the many.”

            Found circulating on the internet:

            “We will accumulate more wealth extensively—it will be a tsunami.”

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POSTCRIPT by C J Primlani and Ron Sanyal:

General consensus is that money has widely distorted our politics. Money rules.

Most of our Congresspersons, are millionaires, funded by other millionaires, and billionaires. Yet we elect and reelect rich candidates. Their money tells us to do so.

 Issues? They will tell you what you wish to hear, get your vote, then legislate to suit their wealthy donors.

We should go to town hall meetings, loudly address the candidate, for all to hear, with the statement: I intend to vote for the one with the least money. Then ask for a breakdown of his or her campaign funds.

This candidate running for U S Representative,

RON SANYAL

 

has no superpacs, no rich supporters, no obligations to private interests, can feel and react for us 99 ers.

Please pass this manuscript to your friends. They will enjoy reading it. For multiple copies, or to check my credentials, control click (wait):  http://democracy.com/ronsanyal/default.aspx

 

Election dates:

 

Primary:     Tuesday, May 3, 2016           General: Tuesday, Nov 01, 2016      

THE BIG FIGHT

Flood! People rush to buy tickets for the big fight. The advertising is extensive. Sold out! Television stations love this. They make money from advertising the contest and again from broadcasting the event.

            The stadium filled by supporters of both fighters. The referee steps into the ring. A microphone lowers. He has a loud voice: not only the hall hears him clearly, but reaches the many enthusiasts beyond these walls.

            “On my left, in the blue corner, a Democrat.” The room bursts with noise: a mixture of cheers and boos.  “On my right in the red corner a Republican.” Once again the noise volume is unbearable. “When the bell rings, come out of your corners and give us an exciting fight.” He steps out of the ring.

            “Seconds out of the ring.”

            ‘Bong……creek…. creek….. creek.’ The bell not only cracks, but is almost falls apart.

            There was no pause after the bell rang, both contestants rush at each other. No time lost shaking hands; they vigorously slam into each other.

            The Democrat spectators yell out their support. The Republicans roar with equal enthusiasm. Over and above the noise, the sound of the many punches is audible.

            Blood is pouring on the floor. Who is bleeding? On close examination both contestants are dripping.      

            There are many rounds to go, but the winners are already celebrating. Not at ringside, in fact not in this stadium. In a posh hotel the multibillionaires toast themselves with expensive drinks. It matters little who wins the fight; they own both parties.

            The group leader, calls for attention. “We have done extremely well. We have supported the most influential candidates of both parties. With the promise of more funds in the future, we can expect much favorable legislation.”

            A voice from the group speaks out, “Who do you think will win?”

            The MC laughs, “It does not really matter, as long as we have them absorbed by the contest. We own both parties. We told the American people, enrich the rich and wealth will trickle down to the many.”

            Found circulating on the internet:

            “We will accumulate more wealth extensively—it will be a tsunami.”

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POSTCRIPT by C J Primlani and Ron Sanyal:

General consensus is that money has widely distorted our politics. Money rules.

Most of our Congresspersons, are millionaires, funded by other millionaires, and billionaires. Yet we elect and reelect rich candidates. Their money tells us to do so.

 Issues? They will tell you what you wish to hear, get your vote, then legislate to suit their wealthy donors.

We should go to town hall meetings, loudly address the candidate, for all to hear, with the statement: I intend to vote for the one with the least money. Then ask for a breakdown of his or her campaign funds.

This candidate running for U S Representative,

RON SANYAL

 

has no superpacs, no rich supporters, no obligations to private interests, can feel and react for us 99 ers.

Please pass this manuscript to your friends. They will enjoy reading it. For multiple copies, or to check my credentials, control click (wait):  http://democracy.com/ronsanyal/default.aspx

 

Election dates:

 

Primary:     Tuesday, May 3, 2016           General: Tuesday, Nov 01, 2016      

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Meet & Greet Candidates for NCD-13 Primary Candidates!

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Fri Apr 04, 2014

5th International Night Potluck Event

6:30 PM
Royal Banquet & Conference Center
3801 Hillsborough Street, RALEIGH, NC 27607

 

We are proud to announce the two recipients of "UNITY IN DIVERSITY" Award for the 5th International Night Event to be held in Raleigh on Friday April 4, 2014. Time 6:30-10:00PM The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber & Dr. Ann McLauren. Both supporter of Education & Teachers! Please congratulate them. Thanks!

FIFTH INTERNATIONAL NIGHT POTLUCK EVENT
THEME: UNITY IN DIVERSITY!
To make friends & promote "UNITY IN DIVERSITY" with all Americans irregardless of their Political beliefs or affiliation. We are all God's Children & let us learn from each other through International Music & Food. Let us Unite the Earthlings!
Please reserve your tickets ASAP before it is sold out!
We are all God's Children. Let us learn from each other & enjoy Peace & Harmony in this beautiful Earth through International Music DJ & Food. WINE & BEER are COMPLIMENTARY
Please bring an ethnic dish of your choice (Portion of 4 Adult). Put your name & the entrée name.
Dress: Business Casual or Ethnic dress representing your country of origin.
Donation: $ 20 per person; Children under 12 are FREE!
Sponsorship is appreciated:
Gold Level = $1000 (8 Complimentary Tickets)
Silver Sponsor = $500 ( 6 Complimentary Tickets)
Bronze Sponsor = $300 (4 Complementary Tickets)
Well wisher = $ 250 (2 Complimentary Tickets)
Friends = $ 100 (1 Complimentary Ticket)
Please contact Ron Sanyal at 919-781-6180 or via e-mail ( ron.sanyal@gmail.com) for reservation. Seats are limited to 300 Maximum. Reserve Early! You can pay at the door. Sponsors need to pledge early to get their name on the Flier!

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