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@CRT "So again, having your name mentioned in a press release has zero to do with a binding, working, legal contract. You do know what a contract is right? "
Are you sure you know what a contract is? You might find it isn't as straight forward as you think.
The truth is, we don't know what was in place between CotA and Schwantz. It has been reported that there wasn't a formal contract, but a court may well find that a contract existed, based on other evidence. In any event, Schwantz may have other forms of action to win damages.
However, per this story, he did have a pass authorising him to participate in the testing as a coach for a CRT rider. In this case, even if they retain a blanket discretionary right to eject any person they like from the premises, CotA management behaved like spoiled, sooky little children, and deserve our contempt.