View Full Version : Revolution signs - best public placements?
07-10-2007, 07:20 PM
Where do you put Ron Paul Revolution signs? I'd like to make one (or more), but I don't know where we can put them...
07-10-2007, 08:30 PM
I post them off to the sides of Highways on the hills nex tto the overpasses. I use wood steaks, and a staple gun to secure them well. I also put them on Public "fences and overhangs. Check out the Benton Harbor,/St. Joseph Meetup site for a couple pics. As long as you safely secure them, and are not afraid to loose them it should be all right.
07-10-2007, 09:19 PM
try placing them in areas where random assholes are less prone to ripping em down.
there is still three signs standing of my july 4th 17.
07-15-2007, 08:04 PM
If you can take a lightweight aluminum ladder with you and get them above the reach of someone on foot they should be there until caucus or primary day ! There are VERY FEW people that will go to the trouble of bringing a ladder back just to take a sign down. I've seen signs hung high last until the next extreme weather of the year after the election. Also in rural areas few people waste the energy to remove a sign, so we shouldn't hesitate to hit crossroads outside city limits with smaller signs.
I truly believe this is our most important mission, next to donations to RP's PCC, placing RP signs all over our cities and counties. With flyer distribution backing up the signs explaining his positions it's a win, win plan. If we all will work on it we can get his name ID as high as any of the opposition. Without name recognition he has no chance in this NATIONAL PRIMARY deal...
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