Buy Tim a Cheese Coney
Let's kick back and relax!
Was I able to save you time or money with something I shared in my AsktheBuilder.com newsletter? Perhaps a tip you gleaned is going to save you $50, $100, or even far more. That's fantastic and I hope I can do it many times during the year for you.
Would you like to do something in return for me? Here's a fun and easy way to reciprocate. FAQs are just below.
Imagine you and I were out at one of my favorite places to relax or shop and you decided to treat me. Here's a partial list of what I'd probably order depending on where you and I would visit. I've rounded off the prices:
Small bag of Peanut M&Ms- $1.00
Celery and Carrots - $2.00
Skyline Cheese Coney no mustard heavy onions - $2.00
Root Beer Stand Frosty Root Beer in Glass Mug - $3.00
Two Aglamesis Dark Chocolate Pecandes - $4.00
3/4 pounds of fresh greens and vegetables from Whole Foods - $5.00
Skyline Chili 5-Way $5.00
Aglamesis Two-Step Mocha Chip Sundae- $7.00
Baked Chicken Breast with Salt and 1 tablespoon of butter - $8.00
Eli's Cincinnati OH Pulled Pork Sandwich $8.00
Star Cafe Montrose CA Lasagna Calzone- $9.00
Double Double In-n-Out with Fries & Root Beer $10.00
Round of Drinks for the Whole Table! - $25.00
One-Day Road Trip to Ham Radio Outlet GULP!
IMPORTANT TIP: You don't need a PayPal account to make a donation. It will accept your credit card. Click and see for yourself:
Well, what do you think? You don't have to do anything if you don't want to. We can just go Dutch this time if that makes you feel more comfortable.
But if you want to treat me, use the handy button below that will take you to the SAFE PayPal. Once there you'll see you'll be making a donation to my corporation: Tim Carter Builder, Inc. It's completely SAFE.
Tim, can I Contribute Any Amount to Return the Favor of Helping Me?
Yes, you can use the button below and contribute anything you want.
Where Does the Money Go?
I use these funds to help recharge my brain and body to continue to help you.
What Happens if Lots of Money Comes in Each Month?
When it does, the excess is contributed to a few great NH charities.