Fred Maas: “To say an additional penny will break the tourism economy is disingenuous and comical”

Chargers Special Adviser Fred Maas joined Scott and BR live from Union Kitchen & Tap in the Gaslamp. He talked about how much communication he and the Mayor have, the wrong information being spread by some politicians running for office, why the tax will not break the tourism economy and their plans for comic con.



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2 thoughts on “Fred Maas: “To say an additional penny will break the tourism economy is disingenuous and comical”

  1. damanondastreet

    Fred Maas is a liar and schill for the Spanos family. We haven’t forgot what the Spanos family brought us in the form of Mark Fabiani.

  2. damanondastreet

    First, it’s not just another penny. Then keep in mind the hoteliers put together a sensible plan for the tax. It had three levels depending on proxmity to the convention center. A convention center mind you that would work to attract the larger conventions we are missing out on now and the most notable one we are likely to lose with the plan promoted by the dimwits in the Chargers camp.

    It’s a stick up of the hotel industry and they are asking for all their customers for pay 32% more in taxes then they currently are. It’s selfish, misguided and foolish and they are deplying deception in order to glom on to the public funds.

    A money grab that would also have a large cost in the form of opportunity cost. Something these mouhts on talk radio have no concept of. Particularly that dolt BR and the major league putz Kaplan.

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