Ever since the VOOM competition began, we have received multiple queries, compliments, and sometimes strange looks, about our innovative use of dinner with us co-founders as a highly valuable prize.

These have come from flatmates - worried that we will start invoicing them for breakfast - and workmates, who just didn't know that our time was really that valuable! 

So for this reason it is only fair that we provide you with a sense of how the co-founders are doing in this competition-within-a-VOOM-competition.

Or as we know it, the most important competition of all.

Results so far:

Jack has sold a £99 dinner despite all of the warnings of poor conversation that came with it.

He considers this a personal achievement and validation of the £1 discount he proposed at the start of the campaign. 

As there are no expectations upon him to actually be interesting, he is feeling pretty relaxed.

 

Ben is sad. It's not about the VOOM campaign, or our crowdfunder. Those are going well. It's just that Ben hasn't sold a dinner.

This is a shame as Ben is a great guy. But for now, he feels undervalued.

Should have used a £1 discount.

 

Charlie took a different strategy, of churning out multiple, high quality, home-cooked breakfasts. At £35 overtaking his other co-founders was no easy task. 

However, a generous recent donation has allowed him to do just that, relegating Jack to second. 

Jack took this badly.

We're not sure Charlie took it much better.

 

Please make your pledge today and back your founder to win #lettusgrowdinneroff (it'll catch on) and vote for us in VOOM 2016. 

It only takes a moment and could make so much possible for us!

http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/lettus-grow/?

https://www.vmbvoom.com/pitches/lettus-grow

 Jack has sold 1 dinner ... for £99. He is happy in 2nd

Jack has sold 1 dinner ... for £99. He is happy in 2nd

 Ben is struggling in 3rd - £0 for Ben. He is sad

Ben is struggling in 3rd - £0 for Ben. He is sad

 Charlie has sold 4 home-cooked breakfasts - overtaking Jack with £140. He is, well... happy?

Charlie has sold 4 home-cooked breakfasts - overtaking Jack with £140. He is, well... happy?