Message from discussion Is USAU Hiding Something? Their Bizarre Unwillingness to Talk to Us
From: Knappy <knappy...@gmail.com>
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Date: Wed, 25 May 2011 06:25:04 -0700
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"I suppose I'm skeptical. At the DC organizers' conference,
there was a session on liability and risk that seemed like a
hard sell of USAU's
insurance policies rather than a general information
like USAU as an organization to be a resource rather than
monopolize the business of its members and affiliates for
benefit. The only way members know what's happening is if
USAU can be more forthcoming."
Exactly. Well said, Sue.
I understand Jeremy's frustration. Starting this post was
probably a bad idea, but I've been tempted to start similar
posts in the past. (I called USAU in January about
partnering on an event, got directed to a voice mail because
the board meeting was upcoming, left a message for Will
Deaver.....never got a call back. This is the second time
over the years I have left messages for them that they
didn't return, so I think they just don't care about
responding to member requests.)
Jeremy is a good kid, and Topscore is a solid product. USAU
sucks at communicating & can't spell the word transparency.
That's the facts.
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