Come to think of it, perhaps the reason why I see matters as such differently from what appears to be the popular perspective is because my life experience has provided me with the opportunity to visit this and other luxury resorts in this vicinity and have known plenty of individuals who live this type of lifestyle.
Now on to the news, I justÂ read a tweet from Bloomberg News regarding the AIG’s anual meeting that is held at the Pelican Hill resort in Newport Beach, CA and the subsequent backlash that it causing amongst ordinary tax paying citizens.
AIG Hosts Event at â€˜Ultra Luxuryâ€™ Resort
American International Group Inc. (AIG), the insurer majority owned by the U.S. after a 2008 bailout, is hosting an event at a California facility that advertises â€œthe amenities of an ultra luxury hotel.â€
The American General unit assembled about 65 people who distribute its products for a two-and-a-half-day stay this week at the Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach, California, said Larry Mark, a spokesman for AIGâ€™s life insurance division. Nine AIG managers were also sent to the resort to make presentations, Mark said in a e-mail. He declined to say the cost of the event for the insurer.
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A different perspective to consider?
This resort as well as many other businesses thatÂ serve thisÂ class of clienteleÂ tend not toÂ make distinctions between who is most publicly liked and disliked, but rather who is most liked and disliked by capital, which they honor and accept from the few that can afford this type of lifestyle, so why not go easy on selfÂ by simply making your offerings fit into the category of such said businesses, such as a
Lifestyle Publication that offers useful pimpformation regarding these quality lifestyle goods and services?
Am IÂ thinking out loud here?