We haven’t heard much about Tollie since last week – he’s in rehab, still owes people money and is being investigated by police – but reader Andrew was kind enough to send along pictures of one of the flyers that Tollefson was passing out this year along with his business card:
The attached photos I got from a regular I run in to from time to time at Steppys in East Norriton. Steppys owner was featured in one of the first articles in the papers, The Times Herald. I’m done typing because I think you’re pickin up what I’m puttin down and I’ve been drinkin since 10am. Have a great Monday after that awful Birds game and Victorino Slam.
What is most funny to me – besides a local sportscaster pretending to have inside track on tickets to world events like the British Open and World Cup – is that the Stanford educated Tollefson has almost no grasp of basic punctuation.
And another reader discovered yet another charity name used by Tollefson – Superheroes of Harmony – when promoting his 2011 Win One For The Kids event at Conicelli dealerships. Here, you can listen to his complete full-of-shit sales pitch:
I hate to lump the Conicelli folks in with this (after all, it is a nice place to do business…), because there’s no indication that they were in any way involved with ripping people off.