Originally Posted by HoDeDo
If he had a big sponsor that he was working with, I would hope that KCBS would work with him, as long as he was in communication with them.
Yet another experienced organizer, trying to lock down a hard-dollar sponsor, was denied sanctioning although in communication with KCBS about the timeline on that sponsor.
At the end of the day, I just want to have KCBS-sanctioned
contests to cook, where the sanctioning guidelines have been applied equilaterally. The "special circumstances" should not be allowed only when the stack of dollars is high enough.