Solve the Brewster’s Millions Challenge

Montgomery Brewster could receive a lot of money if he could overcome one challenge–namely, he had to spend $30 million dollars in one month–basically $1 million a day. In the challenge, I believe only a smart percentage could be given away. Additionally, if he bought or did anything of value, the value would be added to the remaining balance. This was from a movie, that most of you know, and maybe the amount would be different now. In any event, I like thinking about ways I would overcome this challenge. How would you solve this challenge?

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  1. The one idea that appeals to me involves hiring a bunch of my favorite musicians to perform a private concert every day. I would stipulate that they could not record the performances, as this would likely have significant value. (One concern is that someone would make a secret recording.)

    I would also hire great chefs every day to cook meals.

    Another idea involves paying various famous people to do an interview, which wouldn’t be recorded.


    I would rent a space with good acoustics, or maybe I’d read a super expensive house, maybe a private island. I rent good sound system and hire a great sound person. Shoot, just renting an island might use up all the money.

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