|Quoting tzfalax (Reply 24):|
Based on the above quote from the Seattle Times by Seattle Pride Parade spokesperson, it seems there was a communication that no Alaska logos could be visible. I'm sure this was spelled out in any contract that Delta signed. Its not clear whether or not it was a Delta request or not. Either way, I can't image the legal team at Delta would have signed off on a contract without reading and understanding the entire thing. What seems to have happened, Delta agreed to the terms, but in response to public response and perception has rethought and has now released a press release to try and save face.
Exactly. Lots of backpedaling going on today by Delta and Seattle Pride Parade organizers.
|Quoting delimit (Reply 42):|
The parade offered Delta an exclusivity agreement and Delta accepted; but now Delta is at fault for agreeing to it? Ok...
Which is why it's shame on the Seattle Pride organization. People are calling for their removal from being the parade organizer. They're a non-profit...I imagine we'll be seeing the books soon. Did their BOD receive any gain from this transaction from Delta? Seems AS was not allowed to counter-offer any sponsorship agreement.