Written by: Jeremy Baumhower
After a day full of back and forth drama about this weekend’s OG BBQ Festival concert starring headlining musical acts
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Naughty By Nature, Coolio, J-Kwon, Bushwick Bill, Raine Wilder and many, many, many ,many more… there was a moment of clarity. The Festival’s Organizer Jason Craig gave a teary-eyed interview to WTOL where he promised to refund the monies of any concertgoer who was upset over the rap acts that were never making an appearance,, even if it meant coming out of his own pocket.
This interview completely contradicted his early stance on refunds in an interview with The Blade’s Matt Thompson, who’s article was posted just an hour before Mr. Craig’s TV interview debuted.Since Mr. Craig so graciously changed his mind, or perhaps he spoke out of both sides of his mouth, I wanted to help this scenario by giving you a step-by-step instruction on how to procure your refund by Mr. Craig and the promoters of this event. If you are in possession of a ticket that states the value is $20 and want a refund, use the following steps..
Here are my reasons why you shouldn’t go.
- Step One: Go to The Perrysburg Heights Community Center located at 12282 Jefferson Street during business hours today. You may want to call in advance 419-874-4529. If you do reach anyone, try their email email@example.com
- Step Two: If you can not find/contact Mr. Craig, call the promoter Tim Corser at 517-414-5779, which was the number listed on the contract he posted as proof BTNH was booked.
- Step Three: If steps one or two proves to be ineffective OR you are told “no”– contact the following organizations and government agencies.
Call the Better Business Bureau at (419) 531-3116
Contact The Ohio Attorney General’s Office : File a Complaint Online or CALL Toll-free: 800-282-0515 Local: 614-466-4986
Contact the Wood County Prosecutor Paul Dobson’s Office: CALL 419) 354-9250 or email him directly firstname.lastname@example.org
******* If you need any other additional assistance please contact myself.