Revenue from Dalai Lama's Visit to be Shared with Nonprofit - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News...

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In a surprise gesture, some of the revenue from the Dalai Lama's visit to Charlottesville is going to area nonprofits.
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Disillusioned

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Very nice!
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Outstanding decision by the organizers. Things like this should be done for just about any event that brings revenue to the area. This story, along the the Bama Works / DMB story this week have brought a great sense of holiday spirit and giving back!
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So beautiful, so the Heritage Foundation keeps the rest?
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We get a visit from the Dalai Lama and charities benefit from revenue!

We get a visit from the president, and the city/county lose money!
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It's too bad nobody donated soap or shampoo to the attendees.

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