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Serious question (yes, there IS a serious bone in this body...somewhere...) :

What are the economic ramifications to Corps which travel to a given site, only to have the show rained out? Equal division of intended purse? No compensation? Compensation split among scheduled Corps only after the show site has covered all expenses? Or does this differ from show site to show site?

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Serious question (yes, there IS a serious bone in this body...somewhere...) :

What are the economic ramifications to Corps which travel to a given site, only to have the show rained out? Equal division of intended purse? No compensation? Compensation split among scheduled Corps only after the show site has covered all expenses? Or does this differ from show site to show site?

The contract is paid in full by the show sponsor- no matter what. Corps get paid whether they perform or not. Which is why being a TEP is a risky business. (Rain insurance is expensive)

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Thanks, CACTSC. That is basically what I assumed -- yet didn't want to make an erroneous assumption, either.

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No need to be so Cheyenne the humility, cali. :silly::colgate:

Edited by HornTeacher

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(Rain insurance is expensive.)

I used to work for an air show, and that's what I always heard.

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I think I may have practiced on that field...

probably in the deep south....

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Oops wrong thread.

Edited by pacman1

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