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That could backfire! A whole bunch of people could claim to be AARP monitors and ask him for bribes!
"Me! Me! I'm a monitor! Over here!"
I went to my first dinner seminar in, I believe, February 2005. My wife and I went to dinner twice this week- once on Tuesday and one on Thursday.
The one last night was held at Carrabba's. I had Chicken Marsala and angel hair pasta with a tomato sauce. The chicken breast was crispy on the outside and was tender and moist on the outside. The tomatoes made the angel hair pasta an unexpected treat.
The Tuesday one was held at Stoney River Legendary Steaks. Although my wife had the rare prime rib, my choice was the grilled salmon with mashed potatoes and steamed brocolli.
The material in both presentations was about the same as in others that we have attended. This time, however, I've been searching for a specific investment vehicle. My wife and I are going to travel to the office of the presenter of seminar #1 so that I can ask some pointed questions about Fixed Index Annuities. That sounds like a good plan.