Racing For Cancer Teams with Hippino

Racing For Cancer Teams with Hippino

There are 1 comment on the Paddock Talk story from May 24, 2013, titled Racing For Cancer Teams with Hippino. In it, Paddock Talk reports that:

Just in time for the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500, Racing For Cancer, in conjunction with 2012 IndyCar champion Ryan Hunter-Reay, announces a new partnership with Hippino to launch the "Team Hippino: Racing for a Cause" campaign.

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#1 May 28, 2013
I have no idea what the purpose of hippino is or how they make any money at all.

I'm reasonably sure that it is a local savings or coupon app, but that means kickbacks (higher prices). Why would I...? Never mind.

it's $1 a month. If that's going to be a business model you had better be really good at it because there like 9 dozen competitors doing the same thing for free.

Good thing it stands out from the crowd by donating to charities instead. I have no idea why, other than to try to get you to trust them.

How does this company afford an indy car?

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