Help spread the word in the lot at Chicago by attending one or more meetups.
We’ll have extra cards/flyers available at all of these events for you to distribute, and you’ll meet some really grateful folks who, like you, want to make sure the band hears our thank you message loud and clear.
We’ll update this info here, and on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/groups/nfadead50) when we add events.
Thursday, July 2
10pm Card distribution at the Ripple Party – Chicago Hilton
720 S. Michigan Ave.
Those whose cup is empty and requested cards/flyers from the group can get their cards here.
The Ripple Party is a ticketed event. Those attending the party can get their cards from me inside. Those not attending the party but wanting cards can contact Rob Neff through our Facebook group, or at email@example.com and I can meet you in the hotel bar.
Here’s info about the Ripple event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1578511205753975/ Tickets will be available at the door if you’re interested ($15 I think).
Friday, July 3
10:00 am Chicago Hilton, 720 S. Michigan in the Lobby
Those whose cup is empty and requested cards from the group can get their cards here from 10 – 11 am.
12:00, Soldier Field Gate 0 (Line for Pit)
Folks will be lined up for the pit starting at 7 am. This is the perfect group to target to get the NFA chant started.
12:45, Balbo Monument @ Soldier Field
Those whose cup is empty and requested cards/Flyers from the group can get their cards here. We also will be canvasing the crowd, handing out cards, spreading the word.
3:00, Entrance to Soldier Field
Those whose cup is empty and requested cards from the group can get their cards here. We also will be canvasing the crowd, handing out cards, spreading the word
Saturday, July 4
4:00, South Entrance to Soldier Field
Rolling today’s meetups into a single event to keep it simple.
Business Card Flyers and Other Promotional Materials
Download the .pdf of the card.
Staples has same-day printing (4-hour turn around)
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