Hearne: Adam Bold Speaks Out About KC Day Sponsorship at Star

No glory grabs here…

So says Mutual Fund Store honcho Adam Bold of his honorary

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7 Responses to Hearne: Adam Bold Speaks Out About KC Day Sponsorship at Star

  1. Anonymous says:

    Spend $600.00 a year on a Vectorvest subscription and you’ll get MUCH, MUCH, BETTER returns than anything you’ll get at The Mutual Fund Store.

    I hear that PT Barnum is a big fan of Adam’s.

  2. Anonymous says:

    good for adam. Thomas needs to shut up.
    Not everyone is out for themselves.
    Total class act by bold. He wasn’t in it for
    the publicity..just to do a good act for
    Hearne…you failed again trying to stir up
    shit here with bold. He wasn’t mad…but
    you were! How come.
    NOw..how much do you contribute to charities.
    What have you done lately for the needy.
    Tell us what you do!
    Some people do good deeds for their own
    satisfaction. They don’t need people congratulating them for it.
    You failed again.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Bold is a class act. Thomas should stfu.
    He did this for the kids…not to grind out
    some publicity for himself.
    You know Hearne..some people do that.
    They’re not in it for the recognition..they
    are in it for the passion of helping kids.
    What have you done lately to help someone
    in need? any personal charities.
    YOu tried again to run down the star and you
    And the Star does the charity event for
    those less fortunate. They’ve been doing this
    huge fundraiser for years.
    Only you hearne would find some way to
    kick a good charity event in the ass.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I think it says a lot that he is not an advertiser in the Star.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Not sure exactly where Rick is going, but I agree. It says he doesn’t consider the Star a viable medium to reach out to locals with money to invest

  6. Anonymous says:

    Any news on the ex Ms. Bold?

  7. Anonymous says:

    And you are right Hearne that is exactly where I was going. He did/does not consider The Star a good source to put his advertising dollars. He doesn’t feel he can reach his target market.

    In a semi related topic. I thought you (Hearne) said the Star was going to lose the grocery ad business? I got a paper this morning and the ads were in there. Though I have been getting via mail also

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