Rules of etiquette for the season of giving

Gifford, Ron
September 2006
Indianapolis Business Journal;9/11/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 27, p16
The article discusses the ways in dealing financial solicitations during political campaigns in the U.S. Business community is likely associated with politicians in the season of campaigns. Political leaders who want to replenish their campaign funds seek the assistance of businesspeople through financial solicitations. In order to overcome this practice, the article presents rules of etiquette during the season of giving which include candidate recognition and the nature of contribution.


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