August 30, 2012
Cash mob to benefit Campbell County meth lab
A LaFollette group is planning a "cash mob" to support a local methamphetamine lab on Saturday. The coalition of LaFollette twenty-somethings announced that the event will take place from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday at Ricky Shubert's trailer. Cash mobs are designed to promote local businesses by asking customers to visit a designated business on a specified day. "Ricky is no Walter White, you know," said Jim Enright, one of the cash mob's organizers. "He's not even Nancy Botwin. He really needs all the help he can get." Enright expects that the event will boost Shubert's sales significantly. Local police say they aren't so sure. "This seems like a terrible idea, quite frankly," said LaFollette Police Chief Charlie McCarty. "It will be a great day for my department though. They probably shouldn't have talked to the media about it."
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