Here you go man, per your own quote stating Fender was bragging! I did not misrepresent your words at all, maybe you can't remember what you post but that is not my problem. My comments about the discounts were in reference to your two separate posts complaining about lack of Labor Day sales (which Vivid already proved to you there were sales and I have an email from GC advertising Labor Day sales so not sure why you couldn't find any) and to show you that if you know how to ask for a discount then you don't need to wait for holiday sales. I also cited 4 purchases since June where I got discounts on pedals just by asking. Are you too afraid to simply ask your sales person for a better price? As I told you Fender did help raise money for musicians that are out of work as well as already establishing a foundation to help young musicians. Funny that Fender who produced one amp several years back with Joe B. stepped up to partner with him on his live streams that raised money for out of work musicians yet Gibson who has several Sig model guitars of his did not. Maybe if you should have researched it before accusing Fender of not helping musicians out. And @Yaralag is right, no company owes any of their profits to anyone (unless you have shareholders) yet Fender has given back to the community during this even if you did not bother to research and find out they had. Venues are business just like anyone else and need to be able to stand or fall on their own, just like Fender had to either survive or fail. Many business will not make it through this and while that may be sad it's the way a free market capitalist economy works.