We told you there would be another big announcement this morning and here it is!
The GCG Christmas Spectacular 2015 has just received another huge sponsorship cheque! Roddie Macchi, owner of the Great Canadian Grid has just donated MC$10,000 to Dreamland Group for the event. This brings the total sponsorships up to MC$17,500.
We spoke to Roddie about his contribution and here's what he had to say. "Oh nice! Yes well, you know me Winter. Anything I can do to help out events I will. All grids get a percentage from PODEX to the grid owner from everyone who buy through PODEX. So any chance i can, I put whatever I get from all of you using PODEX and just put it right back into the grid like I just did for Jen. Anything i get goes right back into the grid, whether it's for events, prizes or just plain putting it back in like the eager beaver we have that pops up now and then to peoples regions. If they catch him and tell him 'I LOVE THE GCG' <laugh>, they get 1000 MC$. Things like that <smile> , either way anything I collect from PODEX will always go back to our residents <smile>"
Jen smith explained to us yesterday that all sponsorships and donations earmarked for the event will go towards paying performers and special activities during the event, no money will remain with Dreamland Group "it's all going into paying for the event and prizes" jen said.
The Great Canadian Grid Christmas Spectacular 2015 will take place at the Big Stage, GCG Welcome, on December 18th starting at 1pm, and, December 19th starting at 12pm. This will be the largest collaboration of GCG entertainers in the history of the Great Canadian Grid as over 17 DJs and live singers take the stage in this landmark event. Don't miss it!
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