Win a private jet flight to CES

This will probably start another conversation about being tone deaf in an increasingly tough economic climate, but my friend Steve Broback and team is doing a variety of things at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that I’m working with him on. We’re doing a party (Gary Vaynerchuk of WineLibrary.tv is coming) but we’ll focus on lower cost wines.

They also got a private jet sponsored from Seattle to San Francisco to Las Vegas. He gave me a seat in that jet, which I’ll be giving away to one of you soon (I’ve decided not to go on the plane, instead wanted to give it away to one of my readers), but they are giving away seats on their own.

Anyway, they also got their CO2 emissions covered by a sponsor now too. That’s smart.

More to come on this and other CES happenings coming soon.

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Comments

  1. Let’s not get into the cap-and-trade issue here, but “getting your emissions covered” by a sponsor is participating in a new version of the big lie. Emissions are pretty much a zero sum game, and you can’t just cover them up by planting a few trees.

  2. Let’s not get into the cap-and-trade issue here, but “getting your emissions covered” by a sponsor is participating in a new version of the big lie. Emissions are pretty much a zero sum game, and you can’t just cover them up by planting a few trees.

  3. The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a trade show held each January in Las Vegas, Nevada, and is sponsored by the Consumer Electronics Association. It is a trade-only show and is not open to the general public. At the show, many previews of products are introduced, or new products are announced.

  4. The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a trade show held each January in Las Vegas, Nevada, and is sponsored by the Consumer Electronics Association. It is a trade-only show and is not open to the general public. At the show, many previews of products are introduced, or new products are announced.