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Brian Trent
Brian Trent
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Basic Information

Member Since
Oct. 11, 2015
Last Seen
Dec. 13, 2017
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

CFO with 30 years of nonprofit experience. ACBL member since 1972 and I'm only 60 !!

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Seeing two LOL's place second in their section and 1st overall at a Sectional
Bridge Accomplishments
Winning two Women's Pairs Sectionals
Regular Bridge Partners
Linda Trent
Favorite Tournaments
World Championships
Favorite Conventions
Random weak 2's
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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Did REACH Discriminate Against ACBL Members?
I hope it's just a matter that these folks didn't carefully read my posts - they can't seem to wrap their heads around how non-profits must operate.
The REACH Rollout
Ok - got it moved to just us - but you will get the gist of what some of the BW folks were saying
Is playing the same boards in a pairs event important?
I prefer Mitchell to Howell especially when 3 board rounds. The reason is a Mitchell plays faster which is what my players want.
Is playing the same boards in a pairs event important?
We played in a NABC Web movement. Table 1 was next to 13. 2nd round a pair I know very well came to our table and said they were the pair we were expecting. We called the Director who said to play even though the bridgemate said a different pair ...
The REACH Rollout
Since I have the article out there by mistake I am trying to answer every post as fast as I can. Help!! :-)
Did REACH Discriminate Against ACBL Members?
Richard - this is not the same as rolling out a software product. When you roll out a software product everyone has equal access to the roll out. What a company may do does not apply to non-profits. Nothing about suing. The non-profit status of the ACBL is what is at ...
Did REACH Discriminate Against ACBL Members?
The discrimination was primarily against the CLUBS and members that support the clubs. These CLUBS were prohibited the opportunity to enhance revenue and provide better customer service by offering Gold points to their players.
Did REACH Discriminate Against ACBL Members?
Sorry to confuse but I intended to put this in the BOG Forum. A pilot program generally is offered to less than 1% of the membership ... which the ACBL conducted using the appropriate population in a previous test. The releasing of a benefit to over 50% of the membership is ...
Financial support for growth endeavor
The clear solution is to subsidize any novice game held in the unit, thereby eliminating any bias. The real question is why has that Unit Board not been able to come to this conclusion.
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