Look, up in the sky, it’s a bird, no, it’s a blimp, no, IT’S THE RON PAUL AIR CORPS! 50 flights planned
January 3, 2008
December 31, 2007
In the first ten days of its voyage, the Ron Paul blimp generated more than $500,000 in publicity for the presidential candidate, an astounding success. However, as successful as the blimp idea is, there is a drawback: non-rigid airships are subject to weather conditions. “Our initial attempts to go north resulted in a fair amount of down time due to weather conditions. This affected the total amount of publicity and advertising value we could generate,” notes the Ron Paul Blimp website. “By heading south we intend to tap into professional sporting events, heavily populated shorelines, celebrity appearances, key political events and more.”
Enter the Ron Paul Air Corps.
Ted Anderson, owner of the Genesis Communications Network, came up with the idea of using aircraft to get the Ron Paul message out to the public by way of banner towing. “In the weeks ahead, the Ron Paul Air Corps plans to put a hundred or more banner flights above American cities to get the message about Ron Paul out,” explains the Ron Paul Air Corps website. “By the end of January, we plan to have 50 flights take to the air. You can buy as much ad time as you like. Flight time will be determined based upon the collective whole. The flying billboard advertisements will continue as sponsorship lasts.”
Please do your part and pledge your sponsorship to this unique and invaluable idea. Go the Ron Paul Air Corps website now and get involved: http://www.ronpaulaircorps.com