Meg Whitman Governor Campaign Memorabilia For Sale On eBay November 3rd
31 October 2010
With the Meg Whitman for California Governor campaign spending over $160 million, most of it hers all from eBay seller fees, one might think the milk from the cash cow stops flowing when the voting concludes on November 2 2010. Except for the extensive after campaign clean up spending, that would be the case for most elections. But we are talking about the loved or despised ex-CEO of eBay Margaret Whitman. With a small army of eBay sellers who know opportunity is knocking.
Think of it. Tens of millions of dollars spent on signs, buttons, stickers, leaflets, notepads, pens, clothing, ballons, napkins, identification badges, tickets, photos, autographs, and other campaign trinkets. Given away FREE by the Meg Whitman for Governor organization. Free memorabilia, sometimes carted away in bulk after campaign events by eBay sellers. Free memorabilia that can be listed for free on eBay.
And did we forget to mention the potential millions in illegal sales of rips from Meg Whitman campaign television ads?
If you're an eBay seller, don't you miss this golden multi-million dollar sales opportunity.
November 3rd, eBay. Be there, Aloha.
"called me a whore, they've called me a liar, they've called me a Nazi"
Meg Whitman, 26 October 2010
"a monkey could drive this train"
Meg Whitman, as train driving eBay CEO, circa 1998-2008