♫ "You've got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em, know when to walk away" - Kenny Rogers ♫
SkyCity is seeking up to $140 million from the taxpayer to bail out their cost overruns for the controversial convention centre. 
Rather than negotiate with SkyCity to front the cost - or walk away from the deal - John Key and Steven Joyce now say we face two choices: Either the public bails them out, or we’ll be left with ‘an eyesore’ for a convention centre in the middle of Auckland.
$140 million of taxpayers’ money to bail out a bad deal.
The Key government are saying public money is the "least preferred option". 97% of Kiwis don't think it should even be an option. 
We're crowdfunding a creative musical stunt and sending Steven Joyce and John Key a singing telegram to say NO to this dodgy deal.
Together we can use the strength of public pressure to make sure that a taxpayer-funded bailout doesn't happen.
Where will the money go?
- The hire of a Kenny Rogers lookalike to send a singing telegram of The Gambler  to John Key and Steven Joyce. ($200)
- The hire of a videographer to capture the event. ($300)
- Thousands of poker chips for visual impact (one for each person that signs our Open Letter) ($200)
~ References ~
- Taxpayers could go all in for SkyCity convention centre, 3News
- Kiwi pockets shallow for SkyCity, Campbell Live
- The Gambler, YouTube