Today’s Detroit News describes three great ways to spend money.
Before visitors sample Las Vegas’ newest attraction, they’ll have to take a Breathalyzer test. And that obviously means staying sober, at least for a time, in Sin City. General Motors is betting folks will give it a try. In its latest marketing ploy, the giant automaker announced plans to open a hands-on driving experience this spring on an 11-acre tract at the north end of the Strip behind the Sahara Hotel & Casino. The idea of the two-track driving course is to entice some of the city’s millions of tourists from the gaming tables, slot machines and celebrity shows long enough to slip behind the wheels of Corvettes, Cadillacs and Hummers “without any pressure to buy,” says Steve Tihanyi, general director of marketing and entertainment alliances for GM
http://www.detroitnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060126/AUTO01/601260346/1148 So, the three recommended ways of spending your money are drinking, gambling, and buying a Corvette. It should be noted that only buying a Corvette will cause your money to appreciate.