HCSC’s Sticky Ebay ScandalBy admin • Sep 22nd, 2010 • Category: News
High Cascade Snowboard Camp would like to announce a recent discovery that now confirms that it is officially â€œbig time.â€Â The news came inadvertently through a random Facebook post on the evening of September 21, 2010 that an Ebay seller by the name of â€œthedivinewooâ€ is selling knock-off stickers of the High Cascade Marshmallow.Â Notable Fact: when someone illegally reproduces and sells your logo: youâ€™re big time.
Upon investigation of this allegation the HCSC office team discovered that that â€œthedivinewooâ€ is selling what he(?) claims to be â€œquality vinyl stickers that measure approximately 5.5″x 5.5″.â€Â Furthermore the seller claims â€œyou can put this self-adhesive sticker on your car window or anywhere else that it will stick!â€.Â Interesting…
Other illegal stickers sold by â€œthedivinewooâ€ include Coco Channel No 5, Burton,Â Nike, Barbie and Playboy.Â â€œThe fact that â€œthedivinewooâ€ has decided to include us in this illegal sticker trafficking business is both flattering and validatingâ€ says Preston Strout, HCSC Camp Director, â€œalthough this is proof that we are now as big time as Burton and Playboy, we are still asking that he cease and desist this dishonest activityâ€.
Only time will tell if â€œthedivinewooâ€ ceases this heinous crime against humanity.Â In the meantime, HCSC holds itâ€™s head high… knowing that they are big time.
Generic Press Release Bold Claim: 100% snowboarding since 1989, HCSC is the worldâ€™s only summer snowboard camp that isnâ€™t part freeski camp.Â With two private parks and two private rope tows, HCSC provides snowboarders a 9 and over, of all abilities, genders and geographic upbringings a chance to snowboard from June â€“ August on real snow with professional coaches and all the marshmallows you can handle. For more information visit highcascade.com (on the Internet).