biftek wrote:The Womble wrote:since when was this a busniness?
You can put any spin you want on it , a charity , an organisation , and advocacy group , end of the day it still has a business model to itgoodlookingcyclist wrote:
Again, i support your effort,and i am trying to give you constructive critisism,
but i fail to see the difference between your site message and the agf message.
there is no difference , just trying to cash in on the cause
that's half the problems with these advocacy groups ,there is just way too many of them buying for the dollar buying for the time , they need to pool their resources to get the message out there rather then tackling it individually
I dont agree that the AGF dhould be the be all and end all. However I also strongly support what they have and are continuing to do.
The negligable profits from the sale of jersies is going to be just enough to offset postage costs so no, its not for the purpose of financial gain. They dont need to prop up the costs of advertising, boards of directors etc.
Secondly, the more jersies of this type that the public see on our roads, the better for all. The AGF agrees that it all helps
Thrdly, this is the first national campaign that actually advocates changes to existing laws