Sarah Palin Dinner Date Auction Comes with Strings Attached
So you want to go to dinner with Sarah Palin? First, she has to approve of you!
As RadarOnline.com reported, the former Republican vice presidential candidate is auctioning off a dinner for five with herself and husband Todd on eBay. But even if you have the dough to trump the current $25,000 bid, you’ll still be subject to a “coolness” test by Palin herself!
According to new rules posted on the auction page, the winning bidder must submit to a background check. Failure to pass will result in the winner “forfeiting the experience and a refund given.”
The dinner experience with Palin, which benefits the charity Ride 2 Recovery, will take place at a site “to be determined and at a mutually agreed upon time and date to be determined by Ms. Palin and the winning bidder.”
“Winner may take personal photos and allowed to bring one item of reasonable size, i.e. no larger than what can be carried by hand (t-shirts, books, magazines, etc.) The decision to sign the item will ultimately be up to Ms. Palin. Respect for Ms. Palin and her guest(s) is expected at all times. Inappropriate behavior will result in the conclusion of the experience with no refund.”
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And if you’re lucky enough to get past all of these hurdles, Palin still has to approve your worthiness to attend a dinner with her.
“Dinner shall last no more than four hours, but could be less, in the sole discretion of Sarah Palin.* Governor Palin reserves the right to refuse dinner with a winning bidder if, in her sole discretion, the winning bidder is not a suitable bidder based on her subjective standards of suitability, professionalism, background and other factors. In the event the high bidder is rejected for this reason, the high bidder's bid will be refunded, if paid, and the next highest bidder shall be notified, and thereafter, until a suitable match is determined.