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Would it make a difference if there was a $45.00 option for the NYE Party?

Strangers, I've got to tell you, last month when we originally budgeted for this New Years Eve Event, we calculated with 600 guests at $99.00 we could afford to rent the very expensive Bel Air Estate and throw the party there. With the first poll stating that $99.00 was too expensive and having the BelAir Estate firm on their rental price, I found the Delta House and we rebudgeted renting that house and posted the event for $75.00 per person two days ago. Unfortunately we see that its still really hard for people to commit to even that much. So, if we provided an option at $45.00 (toward the venue, band, security, toilets, etc.) for people who want to come to the party, and not have food or drinks included (and like the castle party have vendors for both), would you and your friends be more likely to come out to our New Years Eve Party?

  • 8 votes (12%)
  • 12 votes (18%)
  • 9 votes (14%)
  • 8 votes (12%)
  • 4 votes (6%)
  • 12 votes (18%)
  • 12 votes (18%)

Poll created on December 9, 2008 and closed on December 9, 2008

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