The Wager

This year, our Executive Director and our Chairman will be rooting for different sides in the Georgia-Georgia Tech game on Saturday, November 30th for the first time.

As many of you know, our Chairman Doug Craig is a BIG yellow jacket fan, and our Executive Director Brett Bittner went to UGA, so his allegiance is pretty obvious.

Together, they’ve decided to “wager” with fun, yet embarrassing, acts for one another to perform should their team win. This is something fun, but it is also an opportunity to raise money for LP Georgia.

Here’s a breakdown of “The Wager”:

Both Brett and Doug will raise money. The amount raised by the “Georgia” team determines what act Doug will perform should Georgia win the football game. The amount raised by the “Georgia Tech” team determines what act Brett will perform should Georgia Tech win the football game.

$250 raised – The loser of “The Wager” will wear a baseball cap of the winning team for a photo to be posted on the LP Georgia Facebook page, as well as serve as their profile picture on Facebook for one week.

$500 raised – The loser of “The Wager” will purchase and wear the tie of the winning team to be worn for the duration of the 2014 convention’s Saturday sessions.

$1000 raised – The loser of “The Wager” will wear  a Snuggie branded with the winning team while on stage during some point of the 2014 convention and pose for pictures.

$1500 raised – The loser of “The Wager” will sing the winner’s fight song to be recorded and auto-tuned and posted on the LP Georgia Facebook page, as well as their own.

If Doug raises $1500, but Brett only raises $1000, Brett will have to sing the Georgia Tech fight song auto-tuned should Georgia Tech win, but Doug would only have to wear the UGA branded Snuggie to open the convention should Georgia win.

If you want Georgia to win (or you want to see Doug do something embarrassing), click here to contribute.

If you want Georgia Tech to win (or you want to see Brett do something embarrassing), click here to contribute.

House Divided