A bunch of holiday cheerleaders are racing around the nation to win a bunch of money.
And you thought they were cheap.
And then there’s this: A bunch more.
This week, the American Conservative’s Christmas Vacate Racing Contest will feature a bunch more than it did last year.
The top three winners in the Thanksgiving-themed holiday contest will each receive $250,000, while the top three losers will each get $50,000.
And the grand prize winner will win $1 million.
And you thought it was cheap.
A bunch of people in a bunch.
For the last couple of years, the contest has been sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
It’s been a success, as the Chamber has donated more than $1.4 million to the holiday contest.
So, it’s not a stretch to think the Chamber would be willing to help pay for a bunch even if the money would have to be donated from its own coffers.
So the Chamber is sponsoring this year’s contest, which takes place this week in Palm Beach, Fla.
And it has a little more to say about the rules and how it plans to spend the money.
Here’s how the contest will work: The winner and his or her runner-up will each travel to the U, Canada and the Philippines for a month of racing.
Then, at the end of the month, they’ll be judged on their time and effort.
The winner will receive $1,000 and the runner-ups will each have $50.
The winners will compete in a series of 10 races in which they will race around the country for $1 per mile.
In the first race, they will be in a vehicle with the race flag on, and in the second race, on a motorcycle.
The winners will also be given prizes for their efforts.
The prize money for the grand final race is $2,000 a piece.
So, it’ll be interesting to see how the money is split.
The Chamber has previously said it plans on donating the money from the race to the Chamber’s charitable arm, which is giving away millions to nonprofits across the country.
The race is sponsored by various businesses, including the American Council on Aging and the Florida Chamber of Industry.
It also gives out a few grand prizes to the top 3 winners.
In the past, the Chamber also sponsored a race, in 2011, in which a winner received $2 million.
The event was held in Palm Harbor, Fla., and the winner took home $1m.
It was sponsored by American Airlines and included a helicopter ride and food.
The final winner was American Airlines.