Ed­i­tor The Drumheller Mail

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Dear Ed­i­tor; re: Bad­lands Motorsports Race Course

In a re­cent is­sue of the Strath­more Stan­dard, James Ze­lazao, Fi­nan­cial Man­agers of Bad­lands Motorsports is quoted as say­ing that his pro­posed race cour­ses is be­ing built for the gen­eral pub­lic; or­di­nary peo­ple driv­ing or­di­nary vehicles, to go for spin around an or­di­nary road. He didn’t say whether he would charge an or­di­nary price for this tour­ing priv­i­lege. I be­lieve that Mr. Ze­lazao’s re­marks are a mis­con­cep­tion of re­al­ity.

I sug­gest what Mr. Ze­lazao re­ally wants and needs, should his race course be built, is a mul­ti­tude of rich peo­ple with fat wal­lets and fast cars to which he can charge ex­ur­ban­ite prices in or­der to jus­tify his ex­penses and sat­isfy his in­vestors.

Pos­si­bly In­vestors should be aware of mis­con­cep­tions such as this when mak­ing their money avail­able for such projects.

You may wish to check the Bad­lands Motorsports Race Course web­site for other po­ten­tial mis­con­cep­tions. Sin­cerely, Ge­orge Com­stock.

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