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Ivád a village's mayor, from left first Ivády Gábor
Ivád Village - Heves county

From a flag playground

Ivád parish mayor, Ivády Gábor decided that he starts an exchange movement, with the end of which the Ivád children's dream may come true, and they will have an own playground in the parish. The action, the values of which approximately 500 forints are, started with a little desktop flag. We wished to exchange this somewhat more valuable onto something, which we gave for a somewhat more expensive thing again on the road of a next exchange next, for the next offering one. The process of the exchanges: Ivád parish flag (500 HUF app. 2,46 USD) from chocolate Belgium (1200 HUF app. 5,90 USD) wall clock (2000 HUF app. 9,84 USD) cream liqueur (3000 HUF app. 15 USD) thermos (4000 HUF app. 20 USD) book packet (5500 HUF app. 27 USD) ADSL modem (7000 HUF app. 35 USD) side-table (14 000 HUF app. 69 USD) advertising opportunity (20 000 HUF app. 98 USD) advertisement board (50 000 HUF app. 246 USD) advertisement CD (80 000 HUF app. 394 USD) DAF microbus (100 000 HUF app. 492 USD) book packet (150 000 HUF app. 738 USD) construction industry implementation (200 000 HUF app. 984 USD) web page making - (220 000 HUF app. 1.083 USD) advertisement spot - SLAGER radio - Boomerang (300 000 HUF app. 1.480 USD) digital printing - (350 000 HUF app. 1.730 USD) the implementation of a playground (1 500 000 HUF app. 7.400 USD) firm show substance (2 000 000 HUF app. 9.800 USD) Complementing the previous offer and not exchanged in this manner the total value : 3 500 000 HUF (app. 17.300 USD) And the playground may have been built finally. So all a change, 2,46 USD ones began with a flag.

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