Double your Super Brochure mailings in Idaho!
|Dear Thomas Scott Jr, |
Wow! An anonymous fan of Ron Paul has put $15,000 on the table: so all of Idaho can be mailed.
The buyer is a major advocate of Dr. Paul's health freedom plan and owns a respected nutritional supplement company. He is going to watch the ticker and match every mailing in Idaho until Monday, February 20 at midnight. This is a race and he has issued the challenge.
16,804 mailings is the Starting Line
43,088 mailings is the Finish Line
Click Here to mail the Super Brochures:
If you need anything, please let me know.
"Let it not be said that we did nothing." Ron Paul
|Super Brochure Works: Success Stories!|
"The case arrived yesterday morning, just in time for our table at the mall. We gave out about a quarter box in 4 hours. I love this brochure! A few people see RP's name on top and refuse to take it, but the other 90% are accepting it at least because (i hope) they are open-minded or already positive about Ron. I loved to watch them open it and actually READ it! Much more eye-catching than the older materials. Converted a few of the folks who start with "I like most of RP's ideas BUT Iran, etc." People seem so much more accepting this time! (this is NOT 2008!) Tomorrow we'll start canvassing Sun City again, and then we'll do a table at the mall again on the 14th. Thanks again"
|Everything is included when you buy a Precinct!|
|The postage, the Super Brochure, processing, fees, voter list, tabbing, printing, and more are all included. All you have to do is select a Precinct in your budget ($3.30 or more) and place the order. You are making history by contacting people directly around the Main Stream Media with this incredible brochure. And it is as simple as a few mouse clicks on your computer.|
|Buy Super Brochures to hand out locally:|
|Go to RonPaulProducts.com to buy brochures to hand out locally for as low as 7 cents each. If you try to mail them, the postage is not included when you buy the brochures for 7 cents. Please make sure you place a first class stamp on the brochure(s), or the Post Office will throw them away.|