+Eric K Posted January 20, 2010 Share Posted January 20, 2010 (edited) Just a thought for discussion. When incidents such as Haiti or the hurricane hit in New Orleans or the tsunami from a fe years back or other natural disasters happen, people generally want to donate while their emotions are at the highest. Do you guys think the public would be open to the idea of a coin that is sold during these times and that a portion of the sales would go to someone like the Red Cross when the disaster strikes? My thinking is maybe have some kind of coin that is kept in stock and then when a disaster hits and people want to give the most put the coin on sale for a few weeks. Any thoughts on this? As usual please don't turn this into a flame war or personal attacks. Just looking for intelligent opinions on the positve and negatives of this idea discussed in a professional manner. Thanks, Eric K Edited January 20, 2010 by Eric K Quote Link to comment
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