Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Ronvoy saves Rally for the Republic

I'm a supporter, but even I had my concerns that Ron Paul's Rally for the Republic event wouldn't be able to fill up the 12,000 seat Target Center in Minneapolis. The event is going to have some amazing speakers and performers as well as be the spring board for Ron Paul's new organization, the Campaign for Liberty. My concern was that it seemed like a logistical nightmare for supporters who wanted to attend. A supporter interested in going would need to work out accommodations, travel, transportation and meals. This is made even more difficult by the fact that the Republican National Convention is going on at the same time in nearby St Paul. I looked in to it ever so briefly before reluctantly dismissing the idea of going.

I had hoped the organizers would setup remote sites across the country with live video feeds so that it would be easier for more people to get in on the convention. It looks like the organizers of the Rally for the Republic were thinking about the logistical difficulties and came up with a different solution ... the Ronvoy.

For those of us in the pacific northwest you can jump on the Seattle Line, kick back and relax. Hurry now, because the Ronvoy packages are only available until August 22nd, and I'm betting the limited number of tickets sell out before then.



Not only does it solve the travel problem, but also includes accommodation, meals, and transportation and all for 320 bucks, that's quite a bit less than half an American Gold Eagle for those of you who don't deal in fiat currency.

1 comment:

Poindexter P. Parkenfarker said...

"For those of us in the pacific northwest you can jump on the Seattle Line, kick back and relax. Hurry now, because the Ronvoy packages are only available until August 22nd, and I'm betting the limited number of tickets sell out before then."

What? Liberty minded individualists using the Kommuniste Group Transportation System?
I'm dismayed, and disillusioned...
Go buy motocycles, instead. Hell, I know someone who'll build you one.