Good point. They also said that they would donate merchandise to charity. Does that mean I'm going to start seeing homeless people wearing Earnhardt Budweiser shirts?Believe said:You know, they say that they cannot contractually sell merchandise that does not represent current sponsor and driver partnerships. They also say that millions of dollars worth of merchandise will be trashed if it is not sold. They also compared their merchandise to produce in grocery stores. I run a grocery store and I can tell you this about produce. The basic overlying theory is that "Quality Sells". When quality does not sell and the theory behind the no-sale is high price, then we move to the next theory, which is "Sell It or Smell It". Mark it down and move it regardless of loss. If you have 50 bucks in a case of lettuce (not out of the ordinary at the moment) and you have to sell each head for a dollar, that means you get 24 bucks out of that case. If you don't sell any of it at regular price, well you don't get squat out of that case. Cut your losses and get what you can. If MA throws away and destroys tons of Junior merchandise they are nothing short of pure morons. Sell it at a lower price now or be a pure moron. Sell it or smell it. At least you'll have gotten something out of it.