An unusual case filed today against the thriving Colorado ski resort today has come to the attention of both lawmakers and anti-spam lobbyists.
A consortium of companies all of whom market penis enlargement products claim that emails being sent to subscribers of SkiWinterPark.com are having an adverse effect on Penis Enlargement spam campaigns.
The controversy surrounds the title of the ski resorts emails, for example:
Subject: 29 Inches in 2 weeks
A spokesman for the penis enlargement industry stated that although this subject relates to snow fall, at first glance people are opening these emails thinking that they relate to some new wonder enlargement pill!
Dr. Wood continued, "We in the industry take pride in the fact that when people check their email each morning, there is going to be AT LEAST one email relating to penile enlargement. We have one chance to attract the reader's attention, once chance to catch their interest and get that emailed open. Sadly our truthful claims of possible enlargement fall miserably short when compared to the misinterpretation of those from WinterPark."
When attorneys representing WinterParks owners rebuked the suite stating that there is no legal precedent to claim that an email viewers mistake represents false advertising on the part of the sender.
Dr Wood replied, "We didn't get to where we are today by playing it by the book. We're talking a multi-billion dollar industry here, and no small time ski resort is going to stand in our way."
Prof. Elgar Beldman, Harvard University Fellow believes that WinterPark owners may have a fight on it's hands.
"If these manufacturers use their own products, WinterPark may be facing some stiff opposition."