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    So what do you think about this arrangement? The fees will be based on attendance to the banquet, meaning a per person plate fee and a regi fee for T shirts, etc. Small children eat free.

    The fishing tournament would be a small add (for those who want to participate) to help pay for trophie costs. The fishing tournament will be a over a few days with photos against a measuring device (length) determining largest.

    Please offer suggestions, tx
    David, New Kent, Va[br]



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  • #2
    David, I think $50.00 per family for the banquet and $30.00 for the fishing tournament. Thanks for all the hard work you are doing. Call me if I can help.

    Ed
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    • #3
      Just to clear up "small children eat for free" ..... is that 10 yrs and younger or 12 or ???

      I like the idea of pay to play for fishing.

      ScottC has done the trophies in the past []

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      • #4
        What will need to be paid for (use of pavilion, food, trophies, shirts, etc...)? Anyone know net effect of previous years, and different expenses (hotel use vs pavilion, catered bbq vs cooking, etc...)? We can all throw out a number, but without info it is just a number. Personally I think $80 might be a little steep and it could be done in 40-50 range. Need to conservatively estimate expenses and number of attendees to derive at number and go from there. I am not trying to sound cheap and if it is $80-$100 I'll pay, but asking for a number without info will not generate good results.
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        • #5
          Don't think he was looking for a number, just a "format" for the fee structure?

          For the most part the expenses are in the banquet and the awards correct? the rest is sort of a "run what ya brung" format.

          keeping things separate will allow folks to pay for only what they want but will create more headaches for whoever is keeping track. it's simpler to keep up with a flat registration fee than split everything up

          The real variable is attendance since your per-head cost vary based on that.
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          • #6
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            Originally posted by ChuckB


            What will need to be paid for (use of pavilion, food, trophies, shirts, etc...)? Anyone know net effect of previous years, and different expenses (hotel use vs pavilion, catered bbq vs cooking, etc...)? We can all throw out a number, but without info it is just a number. Personally I think $80 might be a little steep and it could be done in 40-50 range. Need to conservatively estimate expenses and number of attendees to derive at number and go from there. I am not trying to sound cheap and if it is $80-$100 I'll pay, but asking for a number without info will not generate good results.



            Spoken like a true accountant[].I agree that $80 sounds high and $40-50 should be doable.Just keep in mind everyone's budget and spending a week in Destin with a boat ain't cheap.I'm not a brand snob,so Sam's Club patties and dogs taste just as good as Bubba Burgers(with enough alcohol[]).
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            • #7
              Ah...I see. I think you should just keep it simple and similar to the way it was; 1 cost per boat for entire event and then a per heard charge over x number for banquet and a price for additional shirts.
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              • #8
                Chuck, reason for the $50.00 for the banquet is last I feel we will have a great turn out this year and banquet cost will be higher. If we have money left over it will go to the 2012 banquet and cut the cost for next year. I also feel we need a litte extra money in the pot for emergencies. This decision will be left up to David.
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                • #9
                  I think estimates should be conservative and better if there is money left at the end - weather given to site, saved for next year, etc... can be decided later. I think good planning can come up with good numbers, and as said I'll pay a higher number just want it to be a good number.
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                  • #10
                    I agree that a random number does not need to be thrown out but if there is a simple way of showing why a dollar amount is needed, then it could be shared with everyone. I don't mind giving a little extra this year to help David get this going again. I am assuming that the fees in years past directly paid for that year and no "kitty pot" ever existed. Perhaps a little extra padding should be in order so David (or whomever takes it over in the future) would have some money to work with and not have the burden of raising money every year. Just my thoughts.....

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                    • #11
                      Yeah, I was not looking for a figure yet, I was looking for agreement on the structure. I knew Loco threw in a bunch of money last year.

                      So to answer a couple of basic questions, there is no kitty. In simple terms, the expenses are T shirts, banquet, and trophies. Ed always does the T shirts, so its a major outlay on his part, recovery of that money is through shirt sales and regi fees, if there is any left over after supplies are bought.

                      My intention is to amp up the banquet with my friends help with regard to the meal. There will be an outlay on my part. I hope to make ends meet but if they don't I am willing to shoulder the difference, at least a couple of times.

                      I could make it a straight fee, covers the banquet and tournament, but was trying to refine it to number of people. Fee/person is more refined than fee per family.

                      But you can see where loco is coming from and why his numbers are higher.
                      David, New Kent, Va[br]



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                      • #12
                        T.C.

                        David, if you will let me know what and how many trophies you need, i can get either Jack Daniels or Woodford to maybe have them made and pick up the cost,

                        Brad
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                        • #13
                          I guess people "preregistering" helps give an idea to how many will show up
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                          • #14
                            50 80 or 100 all sounds fine to me b.c it's worth every penny.. I have no problem throwing up a lil extra to help out.. Just tell me where to send the money.. What about the captains bag?? Are y'all gonna do that this year?

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                            • #15
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                              Originally posted by Poppingcork


                              50 80 or 100 all sounds fine to me b.c it's worth every penny.. I have no problem throwing up a lil extra to help out.. Just tell me where to send the money.. What about the captains bag?? Are y'all gonna do that this year?



                              Thanks for the offer to help Adam!

                              Not sure about the bag yet. If we can get a donation from somone on the bags that would make the decision easy.
                              David, New Kent, Va[br]



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