Time: February 27, 2010 from 11:30am to 6pm
Location: Daytona Beach City Island
Street: 255 N. Beach St.
City/Town: Daytona Beach, FL
Website or Map: http://www.fairtax.org/site/C…
Phone: 386 9867215
Event Type: motorcycle, ride
Organized By: Kristina Bouterse
Latest Activity: Feb 17, 2010
FairTax Supporters to Ride & Rally
At Bike Week 2010
Daytona Beach, FL – FairTax supporters all over Central Florida are planning the 2nd Freedom Ride this Bike Week. Biketoberfest 2009 hosted the First FairTax Freedom Ride where dozens of motorcycle enthusiasts strapped FairTax flags to their bikes and rode north to the White Eagle for an all-day FairTax Rally.
The 2010 Bike Week Freedom Ride starts again at City Island in Daytona Beach on February 27. Riders will leave at noon and head to the Fairgrounds in West Volusia County.
“We’re doing this ride a bit different from Biketoberfest. Instead of hosting a FairTax Rally after the ride, we are bringing FairTax to the Freedom Rally. FairTax supporters know what a benefit FairTax will be on the American economy and the political landscape.” Says Kristina Bouterse, FairTax East Volusia Volunteer Coordinator. “It’s vital that we get out the information and insist that any candidate who wants our support must support FairTax, as written.”
FairTax is a national movement to replace the current income tax system. Rather than paying taxes on what is earned or invested, taxes are paid one time, at the retail level, when a new item or service is purchased. Taxation will become transparent and fair, resulting in a more prosperous economic environment.
The Freedom Rally is a family-friendly event including music, food and presentations. Admission is $5.00. FairTax gear available on-site. www.BikeWeekFreedomRally.com
• 11:30am • Saturday, February 27, 2010
• Meet: Daytona City Island • 355 N. Beach St. • between ball field & library
• Leave @ noon
• Destination: Bike Week Freedom Rally • Volusia County Fairgrounds
• Purpose: to present FairTax, H.R. 25, as the solution to:
• the current economic crisis
• the rising unemployment rate
• fleeing corporations
• wasteful government spending
• failing small businesses
• the untaxed underground economy
• trillions of off-shore money
• lack of transparency in taxation
Contact Kristina Bouterse, FairTax East Volusia Volunteer Coordinator to volunteer, donate or for further information.
FairTaxVolusia@gmail.com • 386-986-7215
Contact Rhonda Lee Welsch, 2010 Bike Week Freedom Rally Organizer, to participate, volunteer or sponsor the event.
firstname.lastname@example.org • 386-690-7814