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Ok - what about this wording?

turtle15

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Nov 26, 2008
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Is it ok to post online:

Would you like to buy high quality kitchen tools and help raise money for the American Cancer Society? Email me to find out how!

or

I am doing a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. E-mail me to find out how you can help.

What do you think?
 

raebates

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Dec 6, 2005
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I like the first one better. It's more specific without breaking any of the rules.
 

turtle15

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Nov 26, 2008
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Thanks guys! I don't want to do anything wrong, but I also don't want to miss out on a huge opportunity for this fundraiser!
Thanks!
 

turtle15

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Nov 26, 2008
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Additionally, any other form of advertising on the Web is prohibited.

Ok - that is exact wording from the policies and procedures, so do you think
"Would you like to buy high quality kitchen tools and help raise money for the American Cancer Society? Email me to find out how!" violates that policy. I am not so sure on this one.
 

raebates

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Dec 6, 2005
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I will assume you're sharing this on Facebook or MySpace. You aren't mentioning PC by name or providing a link to your website, so you should be fine.

If I understand correctly, one of the reasons the HO doesn't want PC mentioned specifically is that it allows people to simply do a search using "Pampered Chef" and find you. This could give you an unfair advantage.
 
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