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Default Case Select Statements & Updating the Database

I have a Case Select Statement that is selecting what item price goes with what item. (Long and complicated, but this is what I need to do.)

I want to use the result from that Case Select to update the database with the price.

Here's the Case Statement
Code:
'--Logo Price based on LogoOption

Dim mySqlConn8 as SqlConnection
Dim mySqlCmd8 as SqlCommand
Dim LogoID as Integer
Dim LogoPrice as String

mySqlConn8 = new SqlConnection("DNS")
    mySqlCmd8 = new SqlCommand("SELECT LogoPrice FROM Logo", mySqlConn8)
    mySqlConn8.Open()

    Select Case(LogoPrice)
        Case LogoID = 1
            LogoPrice = "4.25"
        Case LogoID = 2
            LogoPrice = "4.25"
        Case LogoID = 3
            LogoPrice = "1.10"
        Case LogoID = 4
            LogoPrice = "1.10"
        Case LogoID = 5
            LogoPrice = "0.00"
    End Select
    mySqlConn8.Close()
And here is the update statements I'm using.

Code:
UpdateCMD.Parameters.Add("@LogoPrice", SqlDbType.Money, 8).Value = LogoPrice.Text
How do I get the result from the Case Statement to my Update Statement? I know its syntax, and I have tons of problems with syntax. I also know I probably didn't put the right code blocks here for you to look at. Just let me know what you need.

Help!

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Thought I'd forward the error message I get with the above setup.

Code:
System.FormatException: Input string was not in a correct format.
at System.Data.SqlClient.SqlCommand.ExecuteReader(CommandBehavior 
cmdBehavior, RunBehavior runBehavior, Boolean returnStream) at 
System.Data.SqlClient.SqlCommand.ExecuteNonQuery() at 
ASP.OrderPage_aspx.AddToCart(Object s, EventArgs e) in 
D:\Inetpub\Intranet\Apparel\OrderPage.aspx:line 269
With Line 269 being the Update Statement.



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