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S|kH

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Jul 11, 2004
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We Are PENN STATE!!
We're having a Sikh Day Parade in NYC.

There are a group of party promoters handing out the following fliers :
http://www.desiparty.com/gig_guide/party_popup.aspx?OID=3002&Location=GigGuide
http://www.desiclub.com/parties/listing.cfm?sect=Parties&id=11809

I'm not mad at the fact that there is an "After-Party" for our Parade.

But the fact that they use "official" is replusive. By using the term official, they are making it seem as if our Tri-State Gurdwara Assosication (the one in charge of the parade) is officially hosting and acknowledging an After-party for children where there is an open bar from 4-6 (conveniently placed as soon as the parade closes down).

This is repulsive and I am taking action against it. I have notified the promoters that they need to remove the word "official" asap atleast.

If they do not, I will speak to the Gurdwara presidents and they can handle it, and even sue for using hte term official because the Sikh Day Parade does not host an official after-party.

If anyone in the tri-state can help or talk to anyone, please let me know asap.

Thank you,
-S|kH
 
Jul 13, 2004
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S|kH said:
I have notified the promoters that they need to remove the word "official" asap atleast.
Dear Veer,
That s the best thing to do, to let them the reason of the concern. What is their response?
However, I dont know any in that area.
Regards.
 

Sher Singh

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Nov 11, 2004
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yea, telling the promoters was a good thing and notifying the Gurudwara presidents was good to. All you can do now is hope for the best.
 

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