I prefer the S57s myself
a couple of places reporting the albatross ball catcher traded for 2 lifetime passes to the Masters and a round of golf....not a bad deal.
123456Giving or Receiving Gifts
During the Course of Business
It’s normal and customary for people to give and receive meals or inexpensive entertainment during the course of business. Exchanging high-value gifts or providing or receiving excessive or inappropriate entertainment is unethical. It can be damaging to both your personal business reputation and that of [REDACTED].
In business relationships, no employee should offer or accept anything of value that might seem to be an attempt to influence business decisions or that might look like a bribe or a payoff. Giving or receiving cash is against Company policy, except in very specific and defined circumstances. It’s normal to accept reasonable and appropriate meals or entertainment during business interactions, and employees are encouraged to reciprocate with similar courtesies to maintain a balanced relationship. But providing or receiving entertainment or gifts that are inappropriate or in excess of that permitted by the Company’s guidelines is unethical. Likewise, employees should avoid even inexpensive exchanges when they know they’re against the policy of the other party’s company
very, very interesting
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