Posted by: 2big4mysize | April 5, 2008

CampCarbaway changes

   there are several changes going on at CampCarbaway. 

       CampCarbaway is now a private free site by invite only with each member (inside camp already) allowed to invite 10 new folk in. This should eliminate the back log of applications waiting to be vetted.

       Owner of Campcarbaway and former Kimkins PR director Jeannie AKA TippyToes has handed the reins of CampCarbaway over to Heather and Brain. She will stay on as an admin in Campcarbaway. As the new owners Heather and Brian are not making any changes at this time. The website is financially sound and paid for until 2009. 

         Since everybody wanted to know if Kimmer paid for Campcarbaway and if Campcarbaway is the back up site for Kimkins.com when it goes down I’d like to address that.
         CampCarbaway is a place folk who are inside kimkins can go, but Kimmer is not financially connected to the camp in any manner. Camp was and is paid for by Jeannie, AKA TIPPYTOES,  with the money she was paid as PR director of Kimkins. This money was reported to the IRS by both Jeanie and Kimmer as salary paid to Jeannie, not an investment in a new website.  Nor is the Kimkins.com diet being taught in Campcarbaway.

        I’d like to wish Heather and Brian the best of success in keeping camp a safe place for kimkins victims to heal, find a safe low carb eating plan, and achieve the healthy smaller body we all work our low carb plans for.

 

 

ETA from the questions I need to clear up one thing.  The decision to step aside was financial. The cost of the insurance policy for camp was through the roof with TT as OWner because of her personel financial situation. Changing OWners dropped the cost back to to a reasonable fee and camp could stay a private free site. nothing else was involved, nor did John tell Tippy to step down beacuse of the kimkins lawsuit.
Second clarification The reason TT’s financial situation caused the insurance policy to be higher is because FL law only exempts a person’s homestead from lawsuits and TT owned rental property which Brian and Heather do not. They can only be sued for the value of the website.

 

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  1. […] alohanema wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerpt    there are several changes going on at CampCarbaway.         CampCarbaway is now a private free site by invite only with each member (inside camp already) allowed to invite 10 new folk in. This should eliminate the back log of applications waiting to be vetted.        Owner of Campcarbaway and former Kimkins PR director Jeannie AKA TippyToes has handed the reins of CampCarbaway over to Heather and Brain. She will stay on as an admin in Campcarbaway. As the new owners Heather and Brian are […]

  2. The more havens available to Kimkins survivors, the better. Brian and Heather, good luck to you both.

  3. Gee, I wonder if I can get a new invitation? I was banned from camp a month or so ago. And I never got an answer as to why?????

  4. Why is Tippy stepping down? Did she run out of money to run the site? Maybe not enough adoration? Things that make you go hummmm

  5. actually Kat she is stepping down as owner to keep camp afordable. Seems the insurance policy if she stays owner is huge and to keep camp free with insurance she turned it over to Brian and Heather.

    Since Tippy has paid for camp in advance for 2 yrs I don’t think their is any money issue right now. She will still be there as an admin just not the registered owner.

    the choice was make it free and not be owner or charge fees and stay owner. looks like adoration had no part in this decision.


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