TNLP- Around 30-40 people showed up and there were only two vendors, the Free State Project and ThinkLibertarian.com (I bought a cool shirt that says Democrats and Republicans Both Suck from this guy and people have already positive comments on the shirt) / Libertarian Yellow Pages.Â Around six of the people were FSP members and another six or so said they would be FSP members if NH was not so cold.Â What is the answer to this comment/question?Â I handed out several local group kit CDs, a dozen bumper stickers, a t-shirt, and lots of flyers.Â Several members committed to spreading flyers around their town, and even one non-member said he would spread some flyers.Â Â I had a laptop that ran the Chronicle video for the 1st half of the convention and a scrolling version of the 101 Reasons to Move to NH for the 2nd half of the convention that went over well.
Tax Day- I stood at the Cordova, TN Post Office from 10:20 pm to 11:45 pm. I was very friendly and nicely dressed. I managed to hand out 30 or so anti-tax flyers. 1 person asked if I was a libertarian and several people thanked me ect. I stood a few feet from the door and only gave out flyers to people that were not busy when leaving. After being questioned 3 times, I was asked to leave at 11:45 pm.
Also, a couple people put up flyers at Southwest TN Community College and chalked FreeMe.org (the short version of the FSP website) in all empty class rooms last week.
next planned activism- Chalking, putting up stickers, and handing out flyers at the Memphis in May Beale Street Music Festival on Saturday April 30th.Â If you going to be at the Music Festival (Friday, Saturday, or Sunday) and want chalk, stickers, or flyers (the small ones to hand out or the larger ones to put on cars), IM or email me.