"Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because
he could only do a little." - Edmund Burke
The Grassroots: Your Stories and Pictures
We hear a lot of creative ways that FairTax activists tell
others about the transformation our nation would experience with the FairTax
and thought we should feature their efforts. Get inspired by the images and
stories then look for ways to spread the word yourself to the right!
Kristina Bouterse writes, “When he grows up, he'll keep his
FairTax Visits Family
"Pat Giannini is the Community Coordinator in Leesburg,
Florida. During the 1st
weekend of October, he attended his family reunion. His passion for the FairTax drove him to ask
for time to make a presentation. The dynamics of Pat’s family of 60 adults and
20 children are quite broad: medical professionals, educators, business owners,
students, a banker, a corporate pilot and many in the early stages of their
Pat was especially encouraged by the questions asked during
the formal presentation. His grandnephew’s attitude changed from not being
interested to being put on Pat’s FairTax email list. A lively discussion took
place afterwards about the application of the FairTax in their personal lives.
Materials were distributed with some of it now making its
way to Pennsylvania, Texas, Georgia and Ohio. Two locations were committed for the card holders, one in Leesburg and
one in Vero Beach. More seeds are
planted. Mission accomplished!”
Grant Swanson asks, “Have you put up your yard sign? Check
this one out just north of Detroit.”
Nick and Barbara
Rudelic, long time volunteers with the Florida FairTax
Education Association, colorfully promote the FairTax with their PT Cruiser!
The FairTax Flash in Ohio
FairTax Flash is a great way to spread the FairTax message. Studies show that
the normal individual must hear or see a message seven times before they
“recognize” it. By combining the FairTax Flash with signs placed around the
community, and the occasional radio ads or PSAs, the FairTax Flash is a media
multiplier, making our other efforts just that much more effective.
the FairTax Flash works with groups as small as five or six, although larger
numbers are better. Just pick a place
with a lot of public foot or vehicle traffic.
Show up for about a half hour or so, and interact with the public as much
as circumstances allow, and then disperse (Often to get something to eat or
drink.) You don’t even need to hand
anything out, or try and collect signatures.
Your presence is enough to help raise the public consciousness regarding
Lastly, check out this great SUV in North Carolina!
Is someone your FairTax inspiration? Tell your story and email us at email@example.com!