Written by Aakash
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Topics: Ferrari

Friday, 30 March 2012

Ferrari North America (FNA), the official distributors of imported Ferrari cars in North America, were being pressurized by their bosses in the Ferrari headquarters in Maranello, Italy, to improve its plummeting sales.

After a lot of efforts and use of various tactics, the FNA officials realized what a bunch of useless individuals they really are. They send a mail to the headquarters in Italy saying,-

"Dear Sir,
It gives us immense pleasure to inform you that we no longer wish to work with you. Your cars may be a big hit in Italy, but SUV's and American muscle dominate the roads in this part of the world.
Kindly take this mail seriously. By sending you this mail, we wish to, metaphorically, take your feet off our chest and shove it right back up your stinking ass.

Yours Truly,
(EX)FNA Team."

Furthermore, the group currently had 472 cars in their possession. They donated 400 of those among the poor and homeless. The remaining were distributed among all the employees of the FNA team.

Alex Finscher, the Head of FNA, says, "It feels so good to give something valuable to someone who can really use it, without expecting anything in return. If it were possible, I would personally write it in my to-do list. Wouldn't it be great? My to do list would look like-
-drop kids to school
-Pick up groceries
-Withdraw cash from ATM
-Donate cars to homeless after stealing them from company that you work for." (*chuckles*)

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