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WON’T YOU PLEASE HELP ROBERT, JEREMY, CHRIS – AND THE MANY OTHERS LIKE THEM?
Without volunteer ambassadors, the Washington Redskins might have to pay someone to do their bidding. And with less than $400 million in revenue last year, they can scarcely afford to do that.
But it won’t be easy!
“A Richmond Training Camp Ambassador is not someone who will use the position to watch practice and gain access to the property,” the city says. “An Ambassador is not someone who will put their own personal enjoyment of Training Camp above fans and guests attending practice. Ambassadors may be asked to work positions with limited or no view of the playing field and the Redskins will expect these Ambassadors to work the positions assigned to them regardless of the specific duties.”
AND YET. . .
When you serve as an Ambassador, you know you will be making a difference in the lives of others. You will be creating positive change and a brighter future for those who have so little.
And if you work three shifts, you will receive an official Washington Redskins pin. For five shifts, you will get two pins. Above all else, you will be rewarded with the feeling of contributing to a positive, fan-friendly atmosphere. City officials say so.
I ask you – no, I beg you: Look at the photograph nearby. Stare into the haunted eyes of RGIII. In the face of such pain, such suffering, such torment – how could you possibly say no?