Houston TV Production Company, TVMan, Inc., Bans "Selling Stuff For Your Kids"
Hundreds of TVMan, Inc Employees with children received shocking news at the Monday morning status meeting today.
“Because of continued abuse of our ‘Selling Stuff for Your Kids at Work’ policy,” read the memo from TVMan, Inc. corporate offices in New York, “we are forbidding employees from using guilt trips to sell stuff for their children’s school fundraisers to other employees. That is all. Now get back to work.”
The policy made it clear that no longer can chocolate bars, raffle tickets, Girl Scout cookies, tins of popcorn, wrapping paper, or cookie dough be sold for employees kids at work.
The “New Girl” Feltman refers to is former reality star Kate Gosselin. Gosselin was recently hired as assistant receptionist at TVMan, Inc. after the cancelation of her show “Jon & Kate Plus 8” and her pending divorce.
“Things were just fine around here,” said Rene Landman, who works in the mailroom. ”Then Kate shows up and starts selling crap for all of her eight kids. Four of them are in Brownies, three of them in band and another wants to be a cheerleader. I’m a diabetic, I can’t eat all this stuff all day.”
Gosselin wouldn’t comment but did show us some nice candles her kids were selling for their church.
“If Kate’s kids were selling something good like Single Malt Scotch and Cuban Cigars I wouldn’t have had to issue this order,” commented TVMan, Inc. Assistant CEO Rodney Clayborn.
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